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The Turkish president is happy to be alone in the world if it means he remains unchallenged at home.
Teachers and lecturers tell us how they're teaching politics in the age of Brexit, and what their pupils make of it.
The Lib Dems have announced a plan to overhaul funding for adult education and training.
The attainment gap between disadvantaged pupils and their peers is widening again.
Never before has Britain had so many qualified graduates. And never before have their qualifications amounted to so little.
For decades, governments have systematically undermined the value of a degree as education has been forced to operate under market conditions.
University can be great for many people, but it can also be used as a stick to beat those who don't conform to its mould.
Plus, Hammond warns of no-deal betrayal, body of missing girl found in Malaysia, Chlamydia vaccine pases trial and Bolton makes trade promises.
As students break up for summer, 250 schools are saying goodbye to their five-day weeks – and thousands of kids are preparing to lose 10 per cent of their primary education.
The political and policy-based implications of the new Education Secretary.
As activists put pressure on the party to scrap Eton and its rivals, why has the party never truly challenged these elitist establishments?