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Michael Gove and his 'gang of arm-twisters' are ruining education, says teachers’ union

Michael Gove will be accused today of causing irreparable damage to children's education in a devastating personal attack by the leader of Britain's most moderate teachers' union.

Poor Boris - did Eddie really have to be so mean?

The Mayor of London, to whom personal ambition is anathema, was subjected to leadership speculation beneath his dignity. Plus, a mystery in the Mail's archive

Disturbed: Teachers report a rise in the number of pupils with emotional problems

Teachers blame poor parenting for increased chaos in the classrooms

Teachers tell of a sharp rise in disruptive behaviour – including attacks – by pupils

Sports fans: Americans at play in Love of Winter

Charles Darwent on art: George Bellows was knock-out – but he was always playing catch-up

The star of the Ashcan School was influenced by the Impressionists. Yet for all the surface charm, his work shows a fear of what lies beneath

Boys worry about body image too, say teachers

Boys as well as girls are obsessed with their body image and many have low self confidence in their physical appearances as a result, according to a survey of children’s attitudes spotted by teachers in their classrooms.

Transgender primary school teacher who 'took own life' had sought protection from media hounding before her death

Suicide provokes ethics row as emails show how Lucy Meadows had to dodge reporters at school

The News Matrix: Saturday 23 March 2013

Moscow gives new leader VIP welcome

Maria Llanos watches on as her daughter hugs a friend at the soon-to-close Lafayette School in Chicago

Yes, we can close schools: Rahm Emanuel’s cash crisis in Chicago

More than 10 per cent of city’s elementary facilities shut down by Obama’s former right-hand man

DVD & Blu-ray review: The Hunt (15)

Thomas Vinterberg DVD/ Blu-ray (115mins)

Teachers to demand resignation of chief schools inspector Sir Michael Wilshaw over 'stream of negative and inaccurate comments'

Teachers will demand the resignation of chief schools inspector Sir Michael Wilshaw after what they claim have been "a stream of negative and inaccurate comments" about their performance in the classroom.

The News Matrix: Friday 22 March 2013

Holy Switcheroo! Batman takes control

Sex change teacher found dead

A primary school teacher in the early stages of a sex change has been found dead just weeks after it was announced he would be starting the spring term as a woman.

Pupils 'going hungry' because of cuts

Schools are being forced to axe breakfast clubs – with the result that poorer pupils are turning up for lessons hungry and unable to concentrate.

Chalk Talk: How Gove gave headteachers something to cheer about

The London Metropolitan Hotel turned out to be a most appropriate venue for last weekend's annual conference of the Association of School and College Leaders. Appropriate, that is, because just opposite the hotel entrance was a hair salon called "Headmasters" – which led me to wonder whether anyone had dropped into the salon expecting to find the conference. Probably not, though, because they would have had to have been sexist.

1,600 Indian pupils expelled for cheating in exams

More than 1,600 pupils have been expelled from school for cheating in exams. Many took textbooks and notes into exam halls, while in other cases parents were caught throwing paper aeroplanes bearing the answers into classrooms.

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Vince Cable interview: Charging fees for employment tribunals was 'a very bad move'

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Iwan Rheon is returning to his Welsh roots

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Increasing numbers of homeless people in America keep their mobile phones on the streets

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