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Lib Dems say Gove department 'rogue'
The Liberal Democrats accuse the Department for Education of "going rogue" by briefing against Nick Clegg over funding for new school kitchens.
JK Rowling among 10 literacy heroes
Harry Potter author JK Rowling is among 10 people - both famous and non-famous - to be honoured for helping to boost literacy and a love of reading.
Poorest teens 'see stealth cuts'
Some of England's poorest teenagers have suffered "stealth" cuts to grants aimed at helping them stay in education, says a group of charities.
Foster children may stay till age 21
Children in care in England will be able to stay with their foster families until their 21st birthday, rather than having to leave at 18, ministers say.
Fate of London Met's non-EU students
Some 153 students lost their leave to study in the UK after a university's licence to sponsor non-EU students was revoked, the BBC has learned.
'Prepare pupils for global tests'
Pupils in England should be prepared for international education tests, the chairman of a group of hundreds of secondary schools has argued.
Family 'foster carers' losing out
People who look after young relatives or friends' children are being treated unfairly by some councils, a local government watchdog says.
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