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News briefing: 14-18 August 2017

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In the news this week: education campaigners claim that left-handed pupils are being ‘penalised’, researchers suggest that primary headteachers are 'less likely' to want to create large multi-academy trusts, and data from Childline has shown a rise in students looking for results stress support.

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