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Hungary preparation law: EU to take authorised movement amid university row

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Rallies have been staged opposite the universe in oneness with the Central European University The EU is holding authorised movement against Hungary over an preparation law that could close a prestigious university founded by billionaire George Soros. EU Commission Vice-President Valdis Dombrovskis pronounced the law …

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Private schools should offer relatives ‘thank-yous’, says ex-Eton head

Image copyright PA Image caption Tony Little was conduct of Eton College until 2015 Fee-paying schools should offer relatives “thank-yous”, like ignored flights, to inspire them to rivet with school life, says the former conduct of Eton. Tony Little suggested that charity such advantages could help to create a clarity …

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Overseas assist ‘should concentration on education’, contend MPs

Image copyright Sebastian Rich/ Unicef Image caption Schools in South Sudan have been broken and disrupted by conflict The UK’s abroad assist bill should aim some-more of its appropriation towards preparation projects, says a cross-party cabinet of MPs. The general growth cabinet says the suit spent on preparation should be …

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Oxford University contemptible for eye hit injustice claim

Image caption The recommendation was published in the equivalence and farrago unit’s Trinity Term newsletter Oxford University has apologised for observant that avoiding eye hit could be “everyday racism” after it was accused of cultured against autistic people. The explain was enclosed in a list of “racial micro-aggressions” in an …

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School cutbacks put ‘education complement at risk’

The £3bn assets approaching of England’s schools bluster the fortitude of the whole preparation system, says the National Association of Head Teachers. General secretary Russell Hobby says ministers should no longer be allowed to explain school appropriation is protected. The Department for Education has pronounced school appropriation is at record …

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