Education News Round-Up January 26th

Grammar schools ‘may ask parents for hundreds of pounds a year’
Grammar schools in England may ask parents for hundreds of pounds a year to cope with funding cuts, their head teachers’ association has warned.

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Could tuition fees really cost £54,000?
How much will it cost to get a degree in England when tuition fees increase to £9,250 in the autumn?

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School budgets near breaking point, say head teachers
School budgets are close to breaking point in England suggests research by a head teachers’ union.

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Parents short-changing girls on pocket money, survey shows
Boys receive £2.20 more pocket money a week than girls, a survey has found, suggesting the gender pay gap starts early and in the home.

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