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Ofsted boss in Isle of Wight row quits
Ofsted chairman David Hoare, who apologised after controversial remarks describing the Isle of Wight as a "ghetto", resigns.
University hit 21 times in one year by ransomware
Universities and NHS trusts have been hit hard by ransomware in the last year, according to Freedom of Information requests carried out by two cybersecurity firms.
Newry school students disqualified from A-level exam
The grades of a number of A-level candidates are cancelled after Sociology exam questions were shared on social media.
'More Rio medal winners were state-school educated'
Medal-winning members of Team GB were more likely to have been state school educated, says an education charity.
Teenage girls: Mental well-being 'worsening'
The mental well-being of teenage girls in England has worsened in recent years, says research for the Department for Education.
University clearing 2016 'the busiest ever', says Ucas
A record 33,000 students found university places through clearing over the weekend, says the admissions service Ucas.
Files reveal approved school drug trial plans in 1960s
Home Office doctors gave the go-ahead for experimental drug trials on children at two approved schools in the 1960s, National Archives files show.
PFI schools built in Scotland 'owned by offshore firms'
More than 200 schools built in Scotland under private finance schemes are at least partially owned by offshore investment funds, BBC Scotland finds.
Record university offers now 3% higher than last year
A record 442,900 people have been offered places at UK universities since A-level results were published on Thursday.
Sturgeon launches school reading challenge
Nicola Sturgeon challenges pupils across Scotland to read from a list of up to 100 books as part of a drive to improve literacy.
Record university offers as top A-level grades slip
Record numbers of UK university places have been offered - as top A-level grades fall for the fifth year in a row.
Foreign languages A-level slump blamed on cuts
Sixth form funding pressures have been blamed for a drop in foreign language A-level candidates.
Degrees have 'retained earnings value'
The value of a university degree in higher earnings has not been eroded by the increase in student numbers, says the Institute for Fiscal Studies.
University to raise tuition fees for current students
Exeter University has told its current students that their tuition fees are going to be increased to £9,250 from autumn 2017.
Fair advice call for A-level results
A social mobility charity is training volunteers to help give advice to state school pupils getting their A-level results this week.
Labour promises return of student maintenance grants
Labour says it would increase corporation tax to fund maintenance grants and bring back the education maintenance allowance for 1.25 million students.
Meningitis W: Students urged to get vaccine
Young people starting at university or college in September are being urged to get a vaccine against meningitis.
Geographer maps Oxbridge success of London state schools
Some London state schools send more pupils to Oxford and Cambridge than private schools in other parts of England, research suggests.
Parents 'struggling' to access free childcare
A report carried out by a campaign group reveals that some parents are struggling to access the childcare they are entitled to.
Teachers urged to submit GCSE and A-level questions
A major exam board is to ask teachers to submit potential questions for GCSE and A-level exams.
Scotland's Children's Panels launch recruitment drive
A drive is launched to sign up 500 volunteers as members of Scotland's Children's Panels.
Firms offered £2,000 incentive to take on apprentices
Employers are offered an extra £2,000 to take on teenagers, care leavers and those with special education needs as apprentices in England.
Youth services heading towards collapse, says union
A study revealing hundreds of youth centres have closed and youth worker jobs axed says services in the UK are heading towards collapse.
Special needs pupils lack crucial support, poll suggests
Too many pupils with special educational needs and disabilities in England lack crucial support, a poll of education staff suggests.
More than a third of female students 'have mental health problems'
One in three female students in the UK has a mental health problem, a survey suggests.
Body image 'a problem for boys', says advertising think tank
Eating disorders, dieting and extreme exercising are as much of a problem for secondary school boys as for girls, suggests a survey.
Is university worth the money?
Many millennials regret the money spent on university, according to a new study. So should you skip the degree?
Ofsted boss 'should not resign'
The chief inspector of schools in England does not think the chairman of Ofsted should resign after describing the Isle of Wight as a 'ghetto'.
Wirral teen celebrates nine A* grades and has University Challenge hopes
A teenager celebrates achieving nine A* grades at A-level and hopes to be a future contestant on University Challenge.
Dundee university to autopsy an alien
The University of Dundee is to undertake an "alien autopsy" to mark the 150th anniversary of HG Wells' birth.
Nigerian university tackles extremism and hunger
A university in north-eastern Nigeria is running projects to feed displaced people and prevent extremism.
West can't go into isolation on aid, warns Gillard
It is no longer possible for countries to isolate themselves from events such as the refugee crisis in the Middle East, says Julia Gillard.
Girls on top
With girls' dominance on the university campus set to continue, we ask why more women than men go to university.
As thousands of students prepare to head off to university for the first time, here are 10 alternative ways they can help fund their education.
Birds and bees
Sex and relationship education (SRE) in schools is often criticised - so we've asked a teacher to watch old videos and explain how it's changed over the last 50 years.
Degree or drop out?
Students in university are more likely to start their own business while still in school - but what happens when these dorm-room firms have to grow up?
The new Sats
As results of national primary school tests in England are published, we ask what is new and different about this year's Sats.