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Children 'denied mental health support'
Mental health services turned away more than a quarter of children referred for support without help in England in 2015, a report says.
Child death inquiries to be overhauled
The system of inquiries into child deaths in England where neglect or abuse is suspected will be overhauled, says the government
Cambridge University to remain with NUS
Cambridge University will remain affiliated to the National Union of students after a referendum of students rejected a motion to leave.
Students face 'shocking' access gap
Young Scots from disadvantaged areas are four times less likely to go to university than those from wealthy backgrounds, researchers find.
A million more 'to live with parents'
A million more young people are likely to find themselves living with their parents over the next decade, according to the insurance company Aviva.
Exam regulator clamps down on re-marks
Exam regulator Ofqual is clamping down on the rules for re-marks to end the 'unfair advantage' gained by schools which want lots of tests reviewed.
Student loan mis-sold, says graduate
A graduate's complaint that his student debt has risen by £1,800 in interest in the year since he left university goes viral.
Online learning to cut tuition fees
A UK online university network is claiming a "breakthrough moment" as students can cut the cost of a Russell Group degree by studying part of it online.
Exam stress 'among teen suicide causes'
Exam pressures and physical health problems, like acne, are major contributory factors in the suicides of young people, according to new research.
Teacher 'caused' last-minute exam change
A teacher who allegedly told students what to expect in the Higher English exam sparked a near-emergency at the exams agency, BBC Scotland understands.
Wales has 'teacher recruitment problem'
Wales is struggling to meet its target for recruiting new trainee secondary teachers, new figures show.
Student suicide figures increase
Student suicides have risen to their highest level since at least 2007, according to figures from the Office for National Statistics.
Refugee is Children's Word of the Year
Refugee has been announced as Children's Word of the Year after appearing in hundreds of short stories written by young people for Radio 2's 500 Words competition.
Stanford to open entrepreneur course in London
Silicon Valley's Stanford University to start teaching in London
Emergency plan to help teach Syria's refugees
Emergency plan to help teach Syria's refugees
University feeds 270,000 taking refuge from Boko Haram
A university in Nigeria is trying to help a rising tide of people displaced by Boko Haram violence.
South Sudan's struggle for schools hit by abductions
Pupils preparing for exams are abducted, as South Sudan tries to re-open schools
Can Lithuania turn brain drain into brain gain?
Can Lithuania reverse loss of young and talented?
Seven big myths about improving schools
Seven big myths about why some countries are good at education
France plans elite mega-university
A new university in Paris wants to create a "knowledge hub" competing with Silicon Valley.
Could time travel really take place?
Universities examine whether time travel is really possible
Famous Five spoof books to be published
A spoof series of four books called Enid Blyton for Grown-Ups, which reimagines the Famous Five as adults, is being published.
Clumsy teenage boys 'can blame brain'
Scientists have come up with an explanation for why some teenage boys go through a clumsy phase during a growth spurt.
VIDEO: 'Huge variation' in mental health support
More than a quarter of children referred for mental health support in England last year were turned away, according to a report from the Children's Commissioner.
VIDEO: Why 'funslinger' is taking off in schools
The game of "funslinger" is coming to a growing number of UK schools and claims to feature one of the longest throws of any sport.
VIDEO: Sats are 'incomprehensible'
The shadow education secretary says that the current Sats tests are "impenetrable and incomprehensible".
VIDEO: Children's tips to cope with exam stress
A group of 10 and 11 year olds offer their advice to other children preparing to sit their Sats.
When a hoax call disrupts exams
Hundreds of pupils across the UK have faced disruption to exams following a spate of hoax calls.
Osborne letter pledging to scrap tuition fees surfaces after 13 years
Osborne letter opposing tuition fees surfaces
Holiday outlook - what might change?
What might change after the High Court's term-time holiday ruling