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Today's headlines: 17 May 2016

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In the news today: the OCR exam board has axed its modern foreign language GCSEs and A-levels, a new study suggests schools spent more than £800 million on supply staff last year, and research indicates language disorders among pupils may be more widespread than previously thought.

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