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Michael Gove's £2 million programme to place former service personnel in British schools has been roundly criticised by faith, peace and civic groups.
The world today in some ways reminds us of first century Athens, where in a multicultural melting pot, St Paul proclaimed an ‘Unknown God’.
The newly-formed Centre for Living Christianity, based in Edinburgh, Scotland, is launching this weekend with a 'First Supper' event.
The Bishop of Oxford has written to Michael Gove for reassurances that changes to GCSEs will not further disadvantage students from poorer backgrounds.
David Fleming, a recently retired head teacher, has been announced as the second recipient of the Edinburgh Peace Award.
Representatives of Lutheran churches and educators in Latin America and the Caribbean gathered in Bogota, Colombia, recently.
Some 90,000 Hong Kong people took to the streets recently to urge the government to withdraw a controversial new Chinese education curriculum.
Today I am off to the General Synod of the Church of England in York, to talk at a meeting about church schools and community benefit.
The Anglican Archbishop of York is among those backing calls from charities to make sure that all children living with poverty can get a free school meal.
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