Education News Round-Up September 14th

Young people fear for futures in Brexit Britain, says study
More than two-thirds of young people in the UK have an “international outlook” and many fear for their prospects once the UK leaves the EU, says a report.

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Teachers’ pay declining, warns OECD
Teachers in England and Scotland earned less in real terms in 2015 than a decade before, says an annual report from the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).

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Some students have £10,000 gambling debt, say Gambling Commission
Some students have run up gambling debts of £10,000 or more, a Gambling Commission director has told the Victoria Derbyshire programme.

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Northern Ireland education faces £100m ‘cost pressures’
Education faces “cost pressures” of more than £100m in 2017/18, according to the top civil servant at Stormont’s Department of Education (DE).

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