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Coronavirus: 'I was asked for £430 a month for my shut nursery
2 HRS AGO - Many nurseries are closed, but some are still asking parents to continue to pay a monthly fee
Coronavirus: Schools get up to £75,000 for extra costs
3 HRS AGO - Exceptional' funding is for costs relating to premises, free school meals and extra cleaning
School closures have little impact on spread of coronavirus, study finds
5 HRS AGO - UCL say small benefits should be weighed against profound economic and social costsCoronavirus – Expand
Coronavirus: Scientists question school closures impact
12 HRS AGO - Countries should now question whether keeping schools shut is justified, says one team of Expand
Coronavirus: How do we re-open schools safely?
13 HRS AGO - New study emphasises that the 'national costs' of school closures are high but are likely to have Expand
Coronavirus: Baseline going ahead as planned, says DfE
19 HRS AGO - Government says new baseline assessment will be introduced in September, but situation will be Expand
Did you solve it? Double chocolate!
20 HRS AGO - The solutions to today’s puzzlesEarlier today I set you three Double Choco puzzles. You can see a Expand
Covid-19 lockdown day 14: remember to count the wins
20 HRS AGO - Sarah Simons has reached the end of 14-days of isolation and from now on, she pledges to search Expand
Coronavirus: DfE flags risk of school places shortage
20 HRS AGO - The government is assessing the impact of coronavirus outbreak on school building projects and Expand
Coronavirus: PPE 'not needed' in schools, says DfE
2 HRS AGO - DfE guidance says educational staff do not require personal protective equipment
Coronavirus: ‘Beware wrong tone in emails to pupils’
4 HRS AGO - Teachers’ well-meant emails might be viewed in the wrong light by pupils if they have the wrong Expand
Don't 'celebrate' gay people, just accept us, says teacher at centre of schools row
6 HRS AGO - A year on from the protests in Birmingham, Andrew Moffat is still promoting his No Outsiders Expand
Arts Society to launch online lectures for over-70s
13 HRS AGO - Lineup includes online lectures, films and live Q&As over the next few monthsA free lockdown Expand
Coronavirus: DfE criticised for apprenticeship guidance
16 HRS AGO - The government has published updated guidance for apprenticeship providers - but providers say it Expand
Coronavirus: GCSE grading plan 'unfair', say pupils
19 HRS AGO - Most students do not think teacher assessments for GCSEs and A levels will give them fair grades, Expand
Coronavirus: ‘We must plan now for return to school
20 HRS AGO - In the latest Tes Scotland podcast, education boss Carrie Lindsay talks of the need to plan for Expand
Coronavirus: 'No one-size-fits-all for assessment
20 HRS AGO - There is no one uniform approach for teaching or assessing vocational-technical qualifications, Expand
Coronavirus: 8 ways to boost teacher wellbeing
21 HRS AGO - Identify goals, 'buddy up' and go back to basics to protect mental health, school staff are told
Coronavirus: How do we reopen schools safely?
3 HRS AGO - School closures have high 'national costs' and they are likely to only have a limited impact on Expand
Coronavirus and schools: LIVE 7/4
5 HRS AGO - A one-stop shop for teachers who want to know what impact the outbreak of the virus will have on Expand
When the Covid-19 crisis finally ends, UK schools must never return to normal
6 HRS AGO - A new era needs to value teachers and end the tyranny of tests and ruthless competition for league Expand
Less than half of students 'trust predicted grades
13 HRS AGO - Quarter of university applicants feel their predicted grade is worse than they would have achieved Expand
Coronavirus: Legal action for online learning equality
18 HRS AGO - Government may be forced into helping councils meet cost of online provision for all pupils if Expand
UK councils face lawsuits over access to education in lockdown
20 HRS AGO - Government pressed to ensure poorer pupils have laptops and broadband for home learningCoronavirus Expand
Without support, training providers won't survive
20 HRS AGO - Government must urgently provide funding for training providers or many will go under due to Expand
Coronavirus: GCSE grading plan 'unfair' say 66% pupils
20 HRS AGO - Snap poll finds most students do not think teacher assessments for GCSEs and A levels will give Expand