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Hot Topics Monday, 16 February, 2004, 14:17 GMT

Clarke attacks unis on access
The Education Secretary tells universities they are not doing enough to recruit students from poorer backgrounds.
Elaine Swift Overdose girl 'wrote of suicide'
A teenager who died after a paracetamol overdose had threatened to kill herself in a diary she shared with a friend, an inquest hears.
Parent control through ballots
The debates for and against grammar schools can be settled in controversial ballots of parents.
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A guide to the websites of the main education departments and organisations in the UK.
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Mike Baker's weekly education column
Education analysed


Student leader Will Straw says graduate repayments are the issue now Fees latest
What sort of repayment will there be?

Ministers plan top-up fees and 'teaching universities' Student fees
Mike Baker: What the deferred plan says

The UK child protection vetting system explained Vetting delays
Child protection checks explained

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Budget money for schools not what it seemed

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