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Why is Labour so timid on education? It makes the Lib Dems look radical

By Holly Rigby As a party member I want to see Angela Rayner bringing forward election-winning ideas, not more of the same I’ve been a teacher for the past five years at an inner London academy, and I’ve seen the injustices that education professionals, students and their parents face first-hand. State schools are chronically underfunded, […]

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Mis-sold, expensive and overhyped: why our universities are a con

By Aditya Chakrabortty Politicians promised that expansion would produce jobs and social mobility. Neither has materialised In any other area it would be called mis-selling. Given the sheer numbers of those duped, a scandal would erupt and the guilty parties would be forced to make amends. In this case, they’d include some of the most […]

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Los niños refugiados enfrentan largas demoras para acceder a la educación en el Reino Unido

Un informe encuentra que las escuelas no están dispuestas a llevar a los refugiados por temor a que sus resultados se vean afectados Europa/ReinoUnido/TheGuardian Los refugiados y los solicitantes de asilo se enfrentan a largas demoras para acceder a la educación después de llegar al Reino Unido, en muchos casos porque las escuelas son reacias […]

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Desperate parents are bribing priests with muffins – our faith school system must end

Por Zoe Williams Parents pretend to be religious and clerics pretend to believe them. Getting into state-funded church schools encourages hypocrisy all round Everyone knows how church schools work. It isn’t even fun describing it to foreigners any more, so well known is it that we have a cock-eyed system where state-funded establishments will only […]

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El Reino Unido debe recibir estudiantes internacionales

Europa/ReinoUnido/theguardian.com/ Los estudiantes internacionales siguen atrapados en el objetivo de migración neta del gobierno. Por el bien de una Gran Bretaña global, eso debe cambiar, dicen 13 representantes de organizaciones relacionadas con el sector de la educación superior A medida que se acerca la fecha límite para las negociaciones del Brexit, necesitamos medidas decisivas para garantizar […]

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Use of isolation booths in schools criticised as ‘barbaric’ punishment

By Frances Perraudin Parents attack ‘consequence rooms’ where pupils are made to sit alone in silence for hours Parents have criticised the use of isolation booths at secondary schools across the country, after concerns were raised about the “zero-tolerance” behaviour policies run by some academy trusts. Guardian analysis found this week that 45 schools in […]

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Dozens of secondary schools exclude at least 20% of pupils

By Frances Perraudin and Niamh McIntyre Call for government to act after Guardian investigation reveals high suspension rates in England The government has been urged to address “deeply concerning” rates of exclusion in England’s secondary schools after a Guardian investigation revealed dozens had suspended at least one in five of their pupils. Of those 45 […]

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