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Schools are on the verge of becoming exam factories that damage pupils' mental health and self-esteem, says the NUT.
The head of Cambridge University says it is "ludicrous" to include overseas students in UK migration targets.
Nearly one in 100 full-time teaching posts was either vacant or filled temporarily in 2014, Department for Education figures show.
The Duke of York is going to get a new title, chancellor of the University of Huddersfield.
White working-class families can feel "abandoned" by schools and heads should be able to fine feckless parents, says Ofsted chief Sir Michael Wilshaw.
Universities are calling for the limit on tuition fees in England to be lifted so that they could rise above the current £9,000 maximum.
Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith announces a new way of measuring child poverty, focusing on education and home life as well as income.
Tens of thousands of students are relying on payday loans to cover their daily living costs, a survey suggests.
Researchers find children make friends with others from different ethnic groups, but social class is a more "divisive factor" than ethnicity for adults and children.
A school cancels a £1,650 trip to Barbados because too few pupils signed up to go.
Top-performing council-run schools in England should be able to play a role in improving struggling schools, the Local Government Association says.
Children and their families should be "protected from welfare cuts" - which have contributed to child poverty - the four UK children's commissioners say.
Schools are given legal obligations to support counter-extremism, but teachers raise concerns over 'spying'.
Hundreds of schools are being told to raise their exam results, under plans announced by the education secretary.
Silicon Valley's Stanford University to start teaching in London
Emergency plan to help teach Syria's refugees
A university in Nigeria is trying to help a rising tide of people displaced by Boko Haram violence.
Pupils preparing for exams are abducted, as South Sudan tries to re-open schools
Can Lithuania reverse loss of young and talented?
Seven big myths about why some countries are good at education
A new university in Paris wants to create a "knowledge hub" competing with Silicon Valley.
Universities examine whether time travel is really possible
The BBC, in collaboration with tech company This Place, develops a way people can select TV programmes using a cheap, brainwave-reading headset.
The area between London and Reading, in Berkshire, has the highest likelihood of a tornado in the UK, according to researchers mapping their location.
The government is considering significantly reducing the amount of sickness benefits that some people receive, the BBC understands.
How a school is helping children with learning disabilities understand death.
Some UK local authorities say they are struggling to cope with the large increase in the number of children seeking asylum.
From Wednesday schools will be held legally responsible for preventing pupils from being drawn into terrorism, but how will they tackle the issue?
Can business take on three million more?
Is academy status the answer for 'coasting' schools?
Schools put on front line against extremism
Will young British Muslims listen to cleric's message?
The schools living with the effects of asbestos
The schools standing up for fitness