Kate launches centre for early childhood
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Poorer pupils miss out in funds change, say unions
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Care services 'investigating too many families'
Children to be removed over training centre fears
Welsh review to be held into harassment in schools
Schools want 75% rebate on this year's exam fees
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11 June 2021
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The black children wrongly sent to 'special' schools
The contest inspiring future female code breakers
Back to school
Free school lunches for all children in P4 and P5
School catch-up tsar resigns over lack of funding
PM vows more school catch-up cash in funding row
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Scottish exams body to be reformed amid grades row
Students returning to university from 17 May
University students feel like an 'afterthought'
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