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This year, the number of grades at A and above rose by 4.7 points in private schools but by just 0.3 points at colleges.
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The all-or-nothing education system introduced by Michael Gove was always bound to fail at some point, writes .
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Liberal, Labour and Conservative governments have all sailed into the Bermuda Triangle of Lords reform, though few have completed the voyage.
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A Biden victory will stop the carnage of the Trump presidency. But only with control of the Senate will the Democrats be able to move the US in another direction entirely, writes .
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We should treat this moment as an occasion to ask: when can the act of withholding judgement, and making space for uncertainty, ultimately promote social justice?
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Could a spike in UK users downloading apps to brush up on their French help fix the UK’s language problem?
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The A-level debacle shows why coursework and AS-levels should never have been scrapped, writes .
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Taking control of the upper chamber from the Republicans would give Joe Biden crucial legislative and patronage powers, writes .
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For more than 100 years, Lords reform has focused on the convenience of the executive, rather than the quality of government, writes .
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I left Labour over anti-Semitism. I’m rejoining, but with a heavy heart, writes .
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Statistical models reflect racial, gender and class inequalities and replicate them as data patterns.
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Nominated for seven Oscars, Broadcast News is considered James L Brooks’s masterpiece. But another force also moulded the movie.
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Much good work is done in the Lords, but the upper chamber remains a symbol of our crumbling political system. and report on the failings of the House of Lords:
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The move could herald the end of the open and free web as we know it.
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George Eaton Aug 13
Ernest Bevin, a forgotten titan, embodied the strengths and weaknesses of Labourism. My review of 's excellent new biography.
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The battle against antisemitism in Labour is not over, but it now feels like one that can be fought from inside, says .
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Around 50% of all food waste happens at home.
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The falls in employment are greatest among the youngest and oldest workers, along with those in lower-skilled jobs. reports on the latest figures:
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The rise of US data nationalism and the decline of the open web.
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Across every nation and region, a majority believe that grades should be set by assessment, not moderation.
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