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Sixth-form colleges in England are offering fewer courses because of financial pressures, a study finds.
Training mums and dads as "super parents" can dramatically improve a child's autism, a study shows.
A students' union apologises for using the faces of Zayn Malik and Sadiq Khan to mark Black History Month.
Updated government plans, for apprenticeship funding in England, have been welcomed by critics who feared they would exclude the poor.
The transparency and accountability of academy spending must be improved, says chairman of the parliamentary Education Committee, Neil Carmichael MP
A new teacher has been found for a school with just nine pupils on the tiny Hebridean island of Muck.
The Royal and Derngate Theatre announces plans to launch a new secondary school in Northampton specialising in the arts.
Almost a third of the new teachers who started jobs in English state schools in 2010 had left the sector five years later, ministers confirm.
A study for Europol suggests efforts to stop young people hacking could learn from anti-addiction efforts.
The Education Authority (EA) begins a review of its plans to cut hours for pupils at special school nurseries.
Members of a Scottish teaching union are taking part in industrial action in a dispute over workloads.
Fewer than a third of staff at Queen's University believe it is being led effectively, according to a survey carried out by the university.
Hundreds of academics write an open letter to an exam board, condemning its plans to axe A-level art history.
Town hall bosses call for urgent talks with the government on how they could rapidly build homes where they are needed.
How did world darts champion Scott Waites help school pupils hit the bullseye in maths?
China has started looking ahead to how it will produce the next generation of space explorers.
Until now the American Academy of Paediatrics has recommended that children under two have no screen time at all.
A head teacher writes to the tooth fairy on behalf of a five-year-old boy who was upset at losing his tooth at school.
A school in India that offers an elite education for poor rural families receives 250,000 applications for 200 places.
Millions more teachers will need to be recruited around the world by 2030 if international pledges on education are to be kept, says Unesco.
The child of two Holocaust survivors talks about being the keeper of their memories – and projects working with children of survivors of massacres in Rwanda and Bosnia talk about the impact handed down through families.
An unmanned boat sent by a school in the USA washes up on the Pembrokeshire coast three months after it set sail.
A university for coding without any teachers has opened in California this month.
It is the most common residential road name in Great Britain, but what is it like living in Station Road in Islington, London?
A student says her university's handling of her sexual assault complaint made everything "so much worse".
Only 73 out of England's 163 grammar schools give any priority to children from low income families in their admissions policies, the BBC has found. Explore the data for grammar schools closest to you.
Art history is the latest A-level to be shelved, but what other subjects have been scrapped along the way to allow for the qualifications of today?
Going to university is often thought of as a rite of passage for many young people, but some are breaking away from this tradition.
Four children talk about being expelled from school, after figures show a 300% rise in exclusion in three years in certain areas of England.
Kim Kardashian West might be today's leading lady, but teenage girls could learn a lot more from Shakespeare's heroines, a head teacher claims. So what did they know that might help teenagers today?
A guide to playground politics for new parents and tips on how to handle them
The story behind the suicide of two teenage girls in France opens an intense debate about how teenagers treat each other and how they are looked after at school.
Reports of a teenage girl being abducted on her way to school in Oxford tap into every parent's greatest fears. But just how common are child abductions in the UK?