Education

‘Counting every school shooting’

Media captionAs a gunman non-stop fire in a Florida high school, students inside reached for their phones. Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida last week assimilated a grave list of ruthless US school shootings, alongside Sandy Hook facile school and Columbine high school. But what about Marshall County High Schoolin Benton, Kentucky? Or Salvador Castro Middle School in …

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University strikes: What do students think?

As university staff start a 14-day strike opposite 64 universities, we ask 4 students if they support the strikes and how they consider it will impact their studies. Members of the University and College Union are distinguished since changes to the Universities Superannuation Scheme will leave a standard techer almost £10,000 a year worse off in retirement, they say. Younger …

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‘Fat cat’ academy bosses face plea over pay

Image caption Academy trusts will be told the arch executives’ compensate should count on how good schools perform The bosses of academy trusts using vast bondage of schools in England are going to be challenged by preparation ministers over “fat-cat” pay. Lord Agnew says the government’s school appropriation group is to write to multi-academy trusts asking how compensate over £150,000 …

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Trump has suggested defending teachers to urge classrooms — and veterans are ripping the idea

President Donald Trump during a assembly with students and relatives from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst The lethal sharpened at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School last week has revived discuss about defending teachers. President Donald Trump has oral in preference of the idea, observant it would be cheaper than employing guards and would be a deterrent. But many …

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Principal’s nuisance distress by pupil’s parent

Media captionHead teacher has ‘seen the misfortune of people’ A County Down school principal who was tormented for over a year by a primogenitor of two pupils has described her distress as the man obliged was sentenced. Julie Thomas told a justice she was regularly verbally abused by the man, who took photos of her outward school and once showed …

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Principal’s nuisance distress by pupil’s parent

Media captionHead teacher has ‘seen the misfortune of people’ A County Down school principal who was tormented for over a year by a primogenitor of two pupils has described her distress as the man obliged was sentenced. Julie Thomas told a justice she was regularly verbally abused by the man, who took photos of her outward school and once showed …

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‘Counting every school sharpened so it never seems normal’

Media captionAs a gunman non-stop fire in a Florida high school, students inside reached for their phones. Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida last week assimilated a grave list of ruthless US school shootings, alongside Sandy Hook facile school and Columbine high school. But what about Marshall County High Schoolin Benton, Kentucky? Or Salvador Castro Middle School in …

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‘Counting every school sharpened so it never seems normal’

Media captionAs a gunman non-stop fire in a Florida high school, students inside reached for their phones. Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida last week assimilated a grave list of ruthless US school shootings, alongside Sandy Hook facile school and Columbine high school. But what about Marshall County High Schoolin Benton, Kentucky? Or Salvador Castro Middle School in …

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Emotions run high on university pickets

Ashley Hayward stands anxiously on the picket line outward the Senate House library in the heart of Bloomsbury, executive London. As cries of: “Don’t go to your classes today, don’t cranky the picket,” ring out, the highlight tells on the 19-year-old’s face. Edging forward, the first-year ancient-languages tyro seems unsettled and a little angry. “I totally determine with the lecturers, …

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Emotions run high on university pickets

Ashley Hayward stands anxiously on the picket line outward the Senate House library in the heart of Bloomsbury, executive London. As cries of: “Don’t go to your classes today, don’t cranky the picket,” ring out, the highlight tells on the 19-year-old’s face. Edging forward, the first-year ancient-languages tyro seems unsettled and a little angry. “I totally determine with the lecturers, …

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