5 March 2015
An international study challenges stereotypes about the differences between boys and girls at school.
Girls still lack confidence in pursuing high-paid careers in science and technology, even when their school results are as good or better than boys, says an international study.
While university leaders want to keep £9,000 fees, a lecturers' union survey shows that vice-chancellors are earning up to £623,000 per year.
Parents of summer-born children are being told they could miss a year of secondary school if they delay their start at primary, MPs are told.
State secondary schools in England are not doing enough to stretch the most able students, Ofsted says.
An international study challenges gender stereotypes in school
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