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News briefing: 3-7 august 2015

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Last updated on 7 August 2015
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This week's headlines include the news that the OCR exam board has "estimated" pupils' grades when papers go missing, research suggesting bilingual children may lag behind in English in the early years, and a report indicating that privately-educated pupils may earn more than those from state schools.

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