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Tuition fees review to wait on loans decision

Image copyright PA Image caption The review of fees will wait for a ruling that could re-write the ground rules for deciding the cost of student loans The review of tuition fees in England will have to wait until a decision is taken on whether tens of billions of pounds ...

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Daily Horoscope — September 10, 2018

Ideally, if you achieve balance in your daily schedule, satisfaction at work will follow. However, as soon as you implement your routine with extra passion, the pressure mounts instead of dissipates. A friend is calling your motives into question and that bothers you more deeply than you may be able ...

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‘Teach religion and worldviews instead of RE’

Image copyright NATRE Image caption Schools should teach a wider range of religious and non-religious views, says the report Religious education in England’s schools should be renamed Religion and Worldviews to reflect the diversity of modern Britain, say experts. The subject should include non-religious worldviews as well as major faiths, ...

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Divorce law: Ministers plan overhaul to cut ‘antagonism’

Image copyright Getty Images Divorce laws in England and Wales are set to be overhauled under government plans seeking to allow couples to split up more quickly and with less acrimony. Justice Secretary David Gauke, who has said the system creates “unnecessary antagonism”, is to begin a consultation on introducing ...

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Rapper Mac Miller dead at 26 of suspected drug overdose

Trump took notice and seemed to become obsessed with the song’s popularity, firing off dozens of tweets about how many views the music video was racking up and claimed he should get royalties. “The song ‘Donald Trump’ hits 54 million views. @MacMiller – Where’s my money?” Trump tweeted in 2012, ...

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DeVos’ Trip to South America Focuses on Workforce Prep

Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos testifies before a U.S. Senate subcommittee in June. —Carolyn Kaster/AP-File Education secretary visits gathering of G-20 officials How can countries collaborate to make sure that their students are prepared for the jobs of the future? That was the question facing U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy ...

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Teacher Strikes Are Heating Up in More States

Striking teachers walk a picket line in front of Lincoln High School in Tacoma, Wash. Fights over teacher salaries and work conditions are ongoing in some districts in the state, where schools received an additional $2 billion in funding after a long-running court battle. —Ted S. Warren/AP The momentum from ...

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