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Today's headlines: 8 March 2016

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In the news today: Ofqual data has revealed that the majority of specifications for GCSE and A-level courses to be taught from 2016 have not yet been approved, a study suggests that some teenagers' rugby injuries are as bad as those from car accidents, and Unesco has accused school textbooks of sexism.

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