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Record 500,000 started university
Record numbers of students entered university this year, but the gender gap has never been wider, according to annual admission figures.
Statistics watchdog ticks off Morgan
Education Secretary Nicky Morgan is criticised by the UK Statistics Authority over her use of statistics.
Minister in maternity leave first
Scotland's children's minister becomes the first member of the Holyrood government to take maternity leave.
Minister 'tackling' poor pupil funds
The government is "working on a solution" to avoid a drop in school funding for the poorest pupils because all England's infants now get free meals.
Primary school pupils 'still hungry'
Half of younger primary school children in Wales are still hungry some or all of the time after eating their school meal, the children's commissioner says
London overtaking Oxbridge domination
A major analysis of research quality, which will decide £2bn annual funding, suggests that London universities could soon "eclipse" Oxford and Cambridge.
Free school meals 'for 85% infants'
An extra 1.3 million pupils in England, 85% of infant children, are eating a free school lunch, the government says.
Boys 'held back by writing aversion'
A study suggests boys are being held back by their reluctance to write outside school.
Roma pupils 'need more support'
Children from Roma backgrounds in England's schools must be better supported to learn and achieve, a report by the watchdog Ofsted says.
Pakistan mourns its school dead
Funerals are being held in Peshawar after Pakistan's deadliest Taliban attack left 132 children and nine staff dead at a school.
Councils 'turn homeless teens away'
Children are ending up sleeping rough because local authorities are failing in their duty to protect them, says a charity.
School exam appeals drop
There is a large drop in the number of appeals to the Scottish exams agency after a major change to the system.
'Start GCSE maths sooner' in Wales
Pupils in Wales should start studying their maths GCSEs courses a year earlier than they do now, according to the head of the largest exam board in Wales.
After school scheme for poor pupils
Pupils from poorer backgrounds will be helped to pursue interests outside of school hours in a new scheme.
More grades changed after challenges
There has been a steep rise in the number of GCSE and A-Level grades changed after schools challenged the results.
Poorest pupils jump in three Rs test
Primary school performance data show that England's poorest pupils are catching up with their wealthier peers after intense efforts to raise standards.
Pupil trips up education secretary
Education Secretary Nicky Morgan is wrong-footed by a 10-year-old interviewer armed with a secondary school maths question.
The university with a laboratory for democracy
The university built to fight for democracy
Power behind Qatar's global lessons
The royal power behind Qatar's obsession with education
Hi-tech rescue for an ancient language
Can schools with iPads protect the future of a language?
US targets debts for dead-end degrees
Can US colleges show their courses are value for money?
Where do billionaires go to university?
Where do the super-rich go to university?
Debt campaigners tear up student loans
An activist group in the US is buying and then cancelling student debt
Tony Blair: Fight war of ideas against extremism
Every school system should be required to teach respect for other religions, says Tony Blair
Google's top 20 university searches
Google has revealed the most popular searches when people around the world are looking for university information.
Cardiff school filmed for TV series
A school in south Wales is to feature in Channel 4's Educating documentary series.
School nativity plays 'pushed aside'
A parenting website suggests that the traditional school nativity play is being replaced by versions without religious characters.
GCHQ app targets budding sleuths
The government's electronic monitoring agency GCHQ hopes to target future cyber sleuths as it launches its first app.
UK families' 'long homework hours'
An international comparison shows that teenagers in the UK, particularly from wealthier families, spend more time on homework than many European countries
College of Teaching 'to raise status'
An independent college to maintain professional standards for teachers in England is to be created.
Malala receives joint Nobel award
Pakistani education activist Malala Yousafzai and Indian child rights campaigner Kailash Satyarthi receive the Nobel Peace Prize awards in Oslo.
'Pay benefits faster' to cut hunger
An income squeeze, benefit delays and high utility bills are blamed by a cross-party committee of MPs for a rise in hunger in the UK.
Child abuse viewers 'need treatment'
People who view child sex abuse online should get medical help - not prison sentences - a senior police officer says.
Families 'spending less than in 2006'
Family spending rose to £517.30 a week last year - but remains below pre-crisis levels when inflation is taken into account, official figures show.
Teens 'row more often with mothers'
Official statistics suggest UK teenagers argue more with their mothers than their fathers but also confide in them more.
VIDEO: Have free school meals meant less cash?
The BBC's Alex Forsyth investigates whether free school meals for infant pupils in England has had an impact on the pupil premium funding.
VIDEO: Schools at risk from 'deadly' pollution
New schools, care homes and hospitals should not be built next to busy roads because of the dangers of air pollution, according to a group of MPs.
VIDEO: 2015 election student vote warning
Changes to voter registration introduced this year in England, Scotland and Wales may leave many students in a position where they are not registered to vote, BBC research shows.
VIDEO: Maths and science Cameron's priority
Maths and science should be the priority for England's schools, Prime Minister David Cameron has said.
VIDEO: The parents who never expected to see their child in a nativity play
The 46 children who made it to an unlikely nativity
How many attacks on schools around the world?
The attack on a school in Pakistan is not an isolated incident
Design and technology 'marginalised'
Design and Technology can inspire pupils but are its days numbered?
The persistent appeal of grammar schools
Why has the interest in grammars been so persistent?
Hague backs UK university soft power
William Hague says universities deliver global influence
France plans elite mega-university
France plans elite mega-university to get into top 10