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Teachers have suspended what would have been the first strike action against one of Education Secretary Michael Gove’s flagship free schools.

According to a new report, Michael Gove is wrong to suggest his new maths curriculum is based on those of high performing countries like Singapore

Michael Gove's new maths curriculum risks damaging pupils by introducing them to multiplication and division 'years too early', says report

“The new curriculum has no rationale and no precedent,” claims international primary maths expert

Those who've fought, teach: Yes to ex-military teachers but no to cadet units in schools

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Michael Gove visits Durand Academy School in Stockwell in 2011

Michael Gove on Radio 4: Doesn't a discussion about teaching History need a teacher on the panel?

The BBC should be doing much more to take schoolteaching seriously

The novel cure: Literary prescriptions for misanthropy

Ailment: Misanthropy

Johannes Kepler's 442nd birthday: Google Doodle celebrates 17th-century mathematician, astronomer and astrologer

Johanes Kepler, who was born on 27 December 1771, was born near Stuttgart and made his foray into astronomy after he worked as a maths teacher in Graz, Austria - where he became an associate of Prince Hans Ulrich von Eggenberg.

Codebreaker Alan Turing

Alan Turing gets royal pardon for 'gross indecency' – 61 years after he poisoned himself

He was the father of modern computing whose work on the Enigma code at Bletchley Park  is said to have shortened the Second World War.

Camping used his evangelical ministry and thousands of billboards to announce the end of the world

Harold Camping, the preacher who predicted the end of the world, dies aged 92

Harold Camping, the California preacher who staked his credibility, along with tens of millions of dollars of his fortune, on predictions that the world would end on several separate occasions only to give up such premonitions when they all failed has died. He was 92.

Inside Whitehall: With more cuts looming, every department must get its finances in order… at long last

Less than half of those in Whitehall finance have an accountancy qualification

James Milner celebrates scoring the winner

No fear for Manuel Pellegrini as Manchester City draw Champions League battle with Barcelona

Pellegrini does not believe facing Barcelona is the fearsome prospect it once was

This illustration from ‘The Eventful Voyage of HM Discovery Ship 'Resolute' to the Arctic Regions’ is one of a million-plus British Library images that have just been made available on the internet

Historic images brought into 21st century after being posted on Flickr by British Library

More than a million pictures have been scanned from texts published in the 17th to the 19th centuries

Early learning: School pupils sitting their maths GCSE last month

Academies champion goes against Michael Gove

Bright pupils ready to sit papers early are held back because of fear over dropping down league tables, says chief executive

Oscars of Science: Breakthrough Awards hands out $21m to transform physicists into rockstars

The awards go to scientists, not screen idols. But the lucrative Breakthrough Prizes are increasingly being spoken of as rivals to the Oscars

Philipp Lahm of Bayern Munich runs with the ball

Manchester City should have known rules in Bayern Munich match, says Rafa Benitez

City beat the European champions 3-2 but did not send on substitute Sergio Aguero to pursue the goal they needed to top Group D because they thought they had to score twice

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