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The Independent (U.K.) 

Pupils' parliament initiative in Birmingham school lauded for its teaching of British values in a city scarred by 'Trojan Horse' affair

Leyla, 10, and Odane, 11, were busy briefing their constituents on what they had achieved since being elected as MPs. The pupils explained how they had helped to raise cash to get some treatment for a six-year-old who had suffered a stroke. Now they were turning their attention to introducing the concept of fair trade to their school tuck shop.

U.S. News - Education 

Why New York's Best High Schools Rankings Changed in 2015

A different set of assessment results was used compared with previous years, but more schools qualified for the rankings.

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