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The 25th of November 1862 saw the publication of Alice in Wonderland.

The Government is being pressured to do more to protect children and teaching staff from exposure to asbestos in schools.

Opportunities to narrow the achievement gap between looked- after children and their peers are being missed, because too few receive high-quality early education.

Hundreds of thousands of vulnerable children could be left homeless as a result of the new benefits cap coming into force next week, warns new research.

Nearly 1,000 teaching assistants in Durham have voted overwhelmingly to strike over plans by Durham County Council to cut their pay, which will see some lose nearly a quarter of their wages next April.

Teaching unions are warning against the Government’s plans to press ahead with a new Education Bill in the Queen’s Speech.

Every child born in Southwark in 2016 will be eligible to receive a free book each month until their fifth birthday, thanks to country singer Dolly Parton.

4Children is supporting nurseries, schools and local authorities to open childminder agencies in a new push by the Department for Education to expand the scheme across England.

Pre-school children can get a free sticker book on trips to their local library to make visits more exciting and inspiring, as part of a pilot project by Book Trust.

Adoptions are to be fast-tracked with a £200m overhaul announced by education secretary Nicky Morgan.