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Hundreds of thousands of pupils are receiving their GCSE grades, with warnings of "shocks in store" for some schools.
Ofsted is to investigate claims that schools in Norfolk were given advance notice of inspections.
Plymouth University's chairman of governors is to be investigated about claims of sexual harassment of female staff.
A three-year old could not walk because agencies underestimated the impact of neglect by her parents who were later jailed, a report says.
Three head teachers who left schools in Birmingham involved in the alleged Trojan Horse plot should be reinstated or given compensation, a union says.
An 18-year-old student has made a scientific breakthrough that could help save the lives of black athletes with undiagnosed heart problems.
A study suggests the way children draw at the age of four can be a predictor of intelligence 10 years later.
The mother of a seven-year-old child who battled cancer is facing prosecution for not sending her to school.
The number of infant pupils taught in oversized classes has "spiralled by 200%" since 2010, says Labour.
More than 20,000 students found degree places through the clearing system over the weekend, according to Ucas, the university admissions body.
A 37-year-old woman is arrested and bailed by police in Wiltshire investigating a children's nursery which has been shut down by Ofsted.
A maximum security prison in Kenya has been the unusual setting for a ceremony awarding a diploma from the University of London.
A record number of students have had their university places confirmed, figures from admissions body Ucas show.
A third of parents' main worry when their child starts school is that they won't make friends, research by charity Action for Children finds.
A-level results are slightly down this year, but there are more university places on offer than ever before.
Head teachers say they will publish their own independent exam school league tables, bypassing any political involvement.
A rift at the heart of the Plymouth University boardroom leaves the university "in crisis", according to a confidential report.
The reconstructed Globe theatre is a living experiment for Shakespeare academics
How spartan were Spartans? Did the Trojans have a horse?
Conferences are part and parcel of academic life - and there are plenty of ways in which they can be extremely irritating.
Talking to the chieftain about sexism
An international project wants to make it easier to find out about the scale of corruption in education.
School summer holidays have begun in parts of Europe - but do they lose out on results?
A major US online university network says restrictions are to be partially lifted on providing online courses for students in Iran.
World leaders are to be asked for $3.5bn to support education in developing countries, which Julia Gillard says is a good investment.
Yolo, an acronym for 'you only live once', is among the latest new words added to the Oxford online dictionary.
Greece's new education minister wants to crack down on the problem of students who never graduate.
University students in the UK are being "set up to fail" as paying for expensive accommodation leaves them with as little as £40 a week to live on, a leading charity warns.
A top 10 of A-level history options puts Russian dictators and US civil rights as the most widely studied topics
There are warnings that anti-extremism measures for schools in the wake of the Trojan Horse inquiries are rushed and could have unintended consequences.
There are no current plans to slash the benefit cap or limit child-related benefits in big families, but reform must continue, Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith says.
People are still worried about rising living costs despite a growing economy, according to a survey.
Young adults leaving the care system in England should be provided with regulated accommodation and not placed in bed and breakfasts, say MPs.
A principal at an academy school in Birmingham, who resigned because she felt under undue pressure from governors, has given a statement after resuming her post.
Newsnight's Jim Reed talks to English language learners to find out how hard it is to live in Britain if you do not speak the language.
Malala Yousafzai's memoirs 'I am Malala' was originally released in 2013 has just been reversioned for young people. She speaks to BBC School Reporters in a Birmingham library
Kidscape has told 5 live Breakfast that parents should be having conversations with their children to prepare them for secondary school.
The best excuses to use when exam results don't make the grade
How we met Malala by School Reporters
The real teachers inspired by Dead Poets Society
Newsnight's Chris Cook explains the Steiner school controversy
The true costs of running the student loan scheme
The man who set up a free school in the 80s
Do four-year-olds need a graduation ceremony?