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MAY 09, 2016 - The Guardian

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Fresh humiliation as Sats answers published online for second time

Exclusive: test paper and answers to spelling test for year 6 state pupils in England posted online by education department’s contractorThe Department for Education suffered a second major embarrassment over its controversial exams for primary school pupils, after answers for a test due to be sat by all 10- and 11-year-olds in England and Wales were leaked online.Nearly 600,000 year ...

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MAY 09, 2016 - Globe and Mail

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MAY 09, 2016 - The Guardian

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Nicky Morgan accused of creating chaotic mess despite academies U-turn

Education secretary comes under fire from Labour in the Commons as she confirms that ‘blanket’ conversion has been droppedThe education secretary, Nicky Morgan, was accused by Labour of presiding over “a chaotic mess” when she appeared before MPs on Monday to explain her government’s U-turn over controversial plans to force schools to become academies. Related: Despite Nicky Morgan’s U-turn, our ...

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MAY 09, 2016 - NPR

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Justice Department Suit Threatens North Carolina Title IX Funding

The Justice Department suit against North Carolina over its discrimination law comes with a threat: the loss of more than $4.5 billion in federal funding for education. NPR's Ari Shapiro talks to Matt Ellinwood, director of the education and law project at the North Carolina Justice Center, about what would happen if that money went away.

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MAY 09, 2016 - Seattle Times

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Common Application changing question on criminal record

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Common Application used for college admissions at more than 600 institutions is changing a question it asks about student criminal records, as the U.S. Department of Education urges schools to consider dropping the question altogether. A spokeswoman for The Common Application says the 2016-17 application will still ask whether students […]

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