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Canadian academic next Cambridge vice-chancellor
Stephen Toope is chosen as the next vice-chancellor of the University of Cambridge.
Home Office 'won't see pupil nationality'
The government says it will not pass data on pupils' nationality to immigration officials or the Home Office.
Parents face steeper university costs
Parents do not have enough warning about the cost of supporting their children in university in England, says a consumer rights campaigner.
'Smart drug' warning for students
The government's watchdog issues a warning to students about the dangers of taking cognitive enhancers or "smart drugs".
Welsh university tuition fees pegged at £9,000
Welsh university tuition fees will be pegged at £9,000 next year despite colleges in England being given the go-ahead to charge up to £9,250.
Scots teachers are 'dangerously overstretched' by vacancies
There were nearly 730 teacher vacancies in Scotland's schools as pupils returned from their summer break, new figures show.
Academies encouraged to open selective schools
Ministers urge academy chains to set up new selective schools in England and units for high-ability pupils.
Brexit: UK universities consider EU branches
UK universities could open campuses in Europe to offset the effect of Brexit, some vice-chancellors have suggested.
Grammar schools expansion 'could dumb them down'
Plans to expand the number of grammar school places could dumb down their results, research suggests.
Sri Lanka bans schools from imposing dress codes on parents
Schools in Sri Lanka are banned from imposing dress codes on parents. after a poster telling women what to wear sparked an outcry online.
More support call for children with special needs
Many children with special needs are not getting a fair chance in schools, the Children's Commissioner for Wales says.
University of Aberdeen staff face compulsory redundancies
Compulsory redundancies may happen at the University of Aberdeen's medical school due to a low uptake of a voluntary severance and early retirement scheme.
Oxford head rejects sponsoring schools
The head of Oxford University has rejected calls from the government that it should sponsor schools.
Debts 'affect children's mental health'
Families should be given breathing space to repay debts otherwise the stress can affect children's mental health, a charity has said.
Extra free childcare 'threatens nursery schools'
Hundreds of nursery schools in England could close if the government presses ahead with plans to offer 30 hours a week of free childcare, a union warns.
Derbyshire County Council term holiday fines only 'in worst cases'
Fines for taking children on holiday in school term time are being largely abandoned by Derbyshire County Council.
Student mental health 'lacks support'
Universities are struggling to cope with rising demand for mental health services for students, says a think-tank report.
Oxford tops world university rankings
Oxford University comes top of the Times Higher Education world university rankings - a first for a UK university.
Scotland's social care services 'unsustainable'
A financial watchdog says an extra £667m will be needed by 2020 to maintain social care services at their current level.
School tests 'kill joy of reading', says War Horse author
Too much testing risks killing the joy of reading for children, War Horse author Michael Morpurgo will argue in a lecture later
'I got groped on the way to class'
MPs say the government has no coherent plan for tackling sexual harassment and sexual violence in England's schools.
Julie Walters: Grammar schools 'divisive and dreadful'
Actress Julie Walters, who went to a grammar school, says expanding them is a 'terrible thing to do'.
A Victorian guide to Cambridge student life
Male undergraduates were encouraged to smoke but told they would regret using tea cosies in a Victorian guide to student life.
Raspberry Pi passes 10m sales mark
The Raspberry Pi passes the 10 million sales mark - continuing its success as the most popular British computer ever made.
How do you train to be a big city mayor?
Harvard is going to offer lessons to mayors in how to run a city.
Turkey is pursuing a world-wide campaign to shut down schools linked to exiled Turkish cleric Fetullah Gulen, but what are these schools and how are they linked to him?
A survey of 4,000 18- to 30-year-olds in Britain suggests many feel their lives are "on hold". The BBC spoke to four young women to find out why they feel they're being held back in life.
State, grammar or private - where did these people go to school?
A sex education expert says sexual bullying has become an accepted culture for teenagers within schools.
The story of England's little known third ancient university and how it was killed off by a king.
Heads and parents gave mixed reactions to Mrs May's speech announcing plans for more selective education in England.
Alternative first days
As social media fills up with photographs of shiny-faced children heading off for the first day of school, the hashtag #notbacktoschool has been gaining traction. Home education parents have posted their first day pictures too.
Newsbeat takes a look at example questions you might face in a grammar school entrance exam.
As the prime minister sets out plans for a new wave of grammar and selective schools, we examine how they might look and how the system has changed.
Things new students need to know - and what to avoid - as they start university.
Oxford and Cambridge, academically elite, oversubscribed but criticised as socially exclusive - do these degrees really live up to their reputation?
GCSE results are being published, and parents will have to react to the news. What will they really mean?
A guide to this year's GCSEs.
It's the last year of the current system, which was introduced in 1988. But how would you fare against today's teenagers in the current exams?
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.