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New teachers: 30% of 2010 intake quit within five years
Almost a third of the new teachers who started jobs in English state schools in 2010 had left the sector five years later, ministers confirm.
Teen hackers study considers link to addiction
A study for Europol suggests efforts to stop young people hacking could learn from anti-addiction efforts.
Scottish teachers begin industrial action over workloads
Members of a Scottish teaching union are taking part in industrial action in a dispute over workloads.
Queen's University survey suggests lack of leadership
Fewer than a third of staff at Queen's University believe it is being led effectively, according to a survey carried out by the university.
Top experts' letter pleads for art history A-level
Hundreds of academics write an open letter to an exam board, condemning its plans to axe A-level art history.
Housing: Councils call for freedoms to build new homes
Town hall bosses call for urgent talks with the government on how they could rapidly build homes where they are needed.
I woke in a stranger's bed, says university rape victim
Newly published guidelines urge universities to support and assist victims of sexual violence on campus.
Teachers 'wasting time on marking in coloured pens'
Schools minister Nick Gibb says teachers are spending too much time over-marking pupils' homework.
Under-fire Nottingham Islamic girls' school appeals pupil ruling
An Islamic girls' school in Nottingham that is facing partial closure, appeals against moves to stop it taking boarding pupils.
Foreign students 'not exempted from migration figures'
Downing Street says it is "categorically not reviewing" whether foreign students should be excluded from net migration figures.
Charities warn of child migrant 'chaos'
Campaigners say officials have no coherent strategy for migrant children arriving in the UK
Derby City Council's police threat over union school strike balloons
A city council threatens to call the police if balloons and stickers, bearing a union's name, are handed out to school children during a pay strike.
Plans to make pupils resit Sats axed
Plans to make all children who fail tests at the end of primary school sit them again in secondary have been scrapped in a government U-turn.
PE 'Cinderella subject' for too long, says report
The status of physical education in schools needs a "radical shake-up" and it should be valued in the same way as core academics subjects, a report says.
Charity launches gaming app to boost maths skills
School maths leaves too many young people unprepared for the work and for running their lives, the charity National Numeracy says.