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The latest stories from the Education & Family section of the BBC News web site.
Higher pay 'means larger classes'
Head teachers may have to increase class sizes if they are to pay the best teachers higher wages, the chief inspector of schools in England admits.
Scots students may be 'squeezed out'
Researchers suggest students in Scotland could be "squeezed out" if there is a yes vote on independence and the free tuition system continues.
Human-rights training centre opens
An international human-rights training centre to teach digital skills to activists and protesters opens in the Italian city of Florence.
East End music free school approved
A music school for deprived teenagers in east London and two schools for autistic children are among the latest wave of free schools to be approved.
Iodine lack 'may lower UK baby IQs'
Mild iodine deficiency during pregnancy could be dimming the intellect of some babies born in the UK, say researchers who studied 1,000 families.
UK shared exam system faces break up
The shared A-level and GCSE system for England, Wales and Northern Ireland should no longer be continued, says Education Secretary Michael Gove.
School cuts 'no harm to standards'
A think tank report argues that 18% of public spending on schools could be cut without damaging standards.
FE college teaching 'must improve'
An advisory group for Labour calls for a tougher line on teaching standards in further education colleges.
Student 'suicidal thoughts' warning
There is an unidentified problem with stress, depression and suicidal thoughts on university campuses, warns a survey from the National Union of Students.
O'Dowd makes A-level re-sit changes
Education Minister John O'Dowd has announced some changes to A-levels in Northern Ireland following a local consultation.
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