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A choir of farmers from a remote Chinese village are debuting tonight in London, Federica Tedeschi writes.
Non-native-speaker children have hit the headlines in England after government figures showed they outperformed their native speaker peers in their GCSEs, the national exams taken at age sixteen. The way the statistics were presented, however, has come under fire from experts.
The Irish government is again in legal trouble over its failure to introduce a quality assurance scheme for international education, first promised in 2012.