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SATs exams are leaving schoolchildren "disengaged and stressed", according to some parents.
Thousands of children are being kept at home on Tuesday as part of a Let Our Kids Be Kids campaign against tests for six, seven and 11-year-olds.
Ben Ramalingam, who is keeping his five-year-old son off school, said some parents believe the situation is turning into a "mental health crisis".
"We are concerned parents taking a stand, we don't want our kids to be stressed out by the time they become teenagers because they have been inappropriately taught", he said.
"Our children are being pushed towards rote-based learning. It is like something out of Charles Dickens".
Jane Clout said: "I'm a grandmother and I sent my children through the state system in the late 1970s and early 1980s, and when I first started taking these boys to school I was struck by how primary schools have improved.
"But this is like going back to the 1950s".
Schoolchildren in Lancaster are among thousands not going to class today in protest over rigorous new testing for six and seven-year-olds.
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Around 2,000 Edinburgh pupils will return to classrooms on Wednesday following the closure of 17 schools amid serious safety concerns.
Edinburgh school closures - 2,000 pupils return to a classroom today; some 5,000 are still at home.
Pupils from Oxgangs and St Peter's schools will use alternative arrangements, but around 5,000 are still waiting at home.
Alternative measures have also been arranged for Craigroyston and Castleview primary schools.
Craigroyston pupils will be relocated to Craigroyston Community High School on a phased basis, while Castleview pupils will be relocated to Castlebrae High School from 19 April.
Andrew Kerr, chief executive of the City of Edinburgh Council, said: "I fully recognise the significant inconvenience to parents caused by these closures, and I want to thank them for their patience as we continue to work through this issue."
The council closed 17 schools on 8 April due to "a significant and new construction issue". The closures affect around 9,000 students.
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