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A violent extremist video was shown in a Birmingham school, a committee of MPs investigating the the alleged "Trojan Horse" plot is told.
Pupils up to the age of seven in England will be entitled to a free hot school lunch from this week, as schools re-open for the new term.
Money made available to the poorest students in further education colleges is cut by over a third, falling by £1.3m over the past five years.
Teaching of a "tough" new national curriculum begins in England as children return to school this week.
Inspectors accuse one of the biggest academy chains in England of "low expectations".
More than half of UK state school staff have faced aggression from students in the past year, suggests research.
A leading independent school is making dozens of its courses available free online, so lessons can be downloaded by pupils or teachers at other schools.
Reforms that aim to give children and young people with special educational needs and their parents a greater say in the support they receive come into effect in England.
Charities campaigning against child poverty should be encouraged to set up their own free schools, says a think tank report.
An ex-care worker in Rotherham, where 1,400 girls were sexually exploited, says men collected victims as young as 11 from a children's home.
A report suggests large areas of the country are not providing enough out-of-school childcare for primary-age children.
More than 240 people sign an online petition calling for the head of a Somerset school to quit after poor GCSE results.
A bitter feud which has rocked the Plymouth University boardroom will be raised with the government, an MP confirms.
Just 5% of Wales' 22 councils have sufficient out-of-school activities for 12 to 14-year-olds, a report claims.
A senior councillor is sacked from Wrexham council's executive board after making allegations about a child protection team.
The reconstructed Globe theatre is a living experiment for Shakespeare academics
How spartan were Spartans? Did the Trojans have a horse?
Conferences are part and parcel of academic life - and there are plenty of ways in which they can be extremely irritating.
Talking to the chieftain about sexism
An international project wants to make it easier to find out about the scale of corruption in education.
School summer holidays have begun in parts of Europe - but do they lose out on results?
A major US online university network says restrictions are to be partially lifted on providing online courses for students in Iran.
World leaders are to be asked for $3.5bn to support education in developing countries, which Julia Gillard says is a good investment.
Students wanting to make a big impression on their first day at university are being offered a VIP arrival service, such as arriving by helicopter.
The BBC unveils plans to support England's computer coding curriculum with a new section of its Bitesize learning site and tech-themed TV shows.
The UK is "deeply elitist" according to an analysis of the backgrounds of more than 4,000 business, political, media and public sector leaders.
There has been a rise in the percentage of primary pupils in England achieving the expected level in this year's Sats tests.
Labour is calling for technical universities to be created as part of a blueprint for reshaping the higher education system to create a hi-tech, high-income economy.
There are warnings that the rising primary school population in England is putting pressure on budgets and raising fears of "supersize" schools.
A report from children's charity Barnardo's says up to a third of victims of child sexual exploitation are male, much higher than previously thought.
A conference on how society should react to the increasing elderly population will take place in Belfast later on Wednesday.
BBC News talks to Ian Lowe, a blacksmith who teaches other people an ancient art he believes to be future-proof.
Millions of children in England will begin a "tough" new national curriculum when they return to school this week.
BBC News asks adults to answer some of the questions that could appear on English schools' new curriculum.
Max started writing code when he was six. He told BBC News why he thought more children being taught how to program in schools was a good idea.
The debate over funding free school meals for all
How significant are the plans for GCSE choices?
How is the curriculum changing for schools in England?
How geek chic can boost the sciences
Dictionary finally completed after 101 years
Is the argument over universities coming back to life?
How schoolchildren are set to embrace coding
Should anybody take a parenting tip from a movie?