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It is now deemed to be too serious, too stuffy and lacking in sincerity. It's now being replaced by exclamation marks or emoticos.
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Prominent writer pens open letter to Education Secretary Nicky Morgan, asking whether the people who devised the new test are ‘really interested in writing’
'You say tomato, I say tomato' - actually, we're fine on that one
Fred Talbot faces 9 charges of incident assault and one serious sexual assault
Just over half of the schools also say they have found it difficult to recruit governors with suitable skills
The elite Catholic college, launchpad to many illustrious alumni, will be open to all-comers
But one in three girls say they write out of class every day
Teachers’ union leaders say increasing number of selective places is not best way to raise standards
Researchers also say grammar schools should do more to shed elitist image
Another alternative to A-levels, the Cambridge Pre-U, is emerging as a further distinction of difference
The rise of mobile phone and digital technology means traditional school lessons in the English language are effectively pointless, a leading academic has claimed.
Middle-class problems: Apostrophes
36-year-old Chris Sevier blames the company for his wife leaving him