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New super-size secondaries planned
A wave of super-size secondary schools is being planned to cope with the rising demand for school places, a report says.
MPs want better help for poorer pupils
The Public Accounts Committee calls for more effective support for two million disadvantaged school pupils.
Cameron warns over extremist teaching
Religious supplementary schools in England that teach children intolerance will be investigated and closed down, Prime Minister David Cameron says.
Scouts to encourage young volunteers
Young people often lack the chance to help in their local communities as volunteers, suggests research for the Scout Association.
College's board removed by ministers
The Scottish government replaces the entire board at Glasgow Clyde College following "repeated incidences of failure relating to governance".
Teacher illegally sold goods on eBay
A Wrexham teacher convicted of making her own Doctor Who merchandise and selling it on eBay is reprimanded at a disciplinary hearing.
Call to prepare pupils for the future
Pupils should be prepared for a world that could see them taking up 40 different jobs before reaching the age of 100, a futurologist says.
Digital memory 'eroding human memory'
An over-reliance on using computers and search engines is weakening people's memories, according to a study.
Morgan: Schools must offer childcare
Parents in England are to be given the right to request that schools provide childcare for the full working day during term-time and in the holidays, says Education Secretary Nicky Morgan.
Toddlers' wide use of tablet computers
A study finds many under-fives have their own tablet devices and are using them to watch YouTube.
Oxford head: UK universities 'a jewel'
Politicians risk throwing away "the jewel" of the UK's higher education system, warns Oxford University vice-chancellor Prof Andrew Hamilton.
Private schools condemn exam marking
The heads of leading independent schools say the exam-marking system for GCSEs and A-levels is "not fit for purpose".
Parents of truants to have benefits cut
Parents in England who refuse to pay fines after their children play truant will have their child benefit docked, David Cameron warns.
'Worsening inequality in NI education'
The Equality Commission says inequality in education has worsened in Northern Ireland since 2007
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
Harvard debate team loses to inmates
A group of New York inmates out debate Harvard University's team - the top-ranked club in the world.
'Global treasure' Koran on display
Fragments of a Koran believed to be one of the oldest ever found go on public display in Birmingham.
VIDEO: PM wants new crack down on truancy
Prime Minister David Cameron wants to crack down on truancy saying school attendance is "absolutely essential".
VIDEO: 'Oldest' Koran goes on display in Birmingham
What may be the world's oldest fragments of the Koran have gone on display at the University of Birmingham.
VIDEO: Pupils 'daily mile' scheme improves health
A Stirling primary school has pioneered a scheme to ensure all of its pupils walk or run a mile every day.
VIDEO: Head teacher: 'We should extend school meals'
Mark Tuffney, head of Lowther Primary in Barnes, says schools meals should be extended, not cut back.
Which jobs could a 100-year-old do?
Which jobs could a 100-year-old worker do?
The question US parents hate to ask
Should parents ask about weapons before a play date?
A head teachers' view on school open days
A heads' view of how schools present themselves to parents
Violin star Nicola Benedetti's top tips for young players
Violin star Nicola Benedetti gives teens a masterclass
More stressed students seek help
Why do so many more students need counselling?
Do children still need to read the classics?
Do children really need to read them?