Children are more likely to get a nutritious meal from school canteen than from their lunchbox, says report
1-8 represent the most radical shake-up of school examinations in a generation
Gove's ambition to scrap GCSEs for new exam faced opposition from regulator, the EU and MPs
'Humiliating climbdown' comes in the wake of opposition from Lib Dems and exam regulators
Dubbed a 'mini Eton', the free state school will offer private school's ethos without the big fees
Catherine Reynolds called 'disgrace' after her expletive-filled lessons discussing sex
Education Secretary likely to please back-to-basics traditionalists but alarm modernists
There's no easy way to say this, Nick, but it looks like Vince Cable might have been blaming you for tuition fees fiasco
End of 'dumbed down' GCSEs is greeted warmly by some - but do Michael Gove's reforms constitute progress?
Debate rages over whether decision to remove visa privileges from London university will put off foreign students
A mourner lights a candle outside the home of Nelson Mandela in Houghton, Johannesburg, last night. Announcing Mandela’s death, President Jacob Zuma said: "Our nation has lost its greatest son."
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