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The UK's state schools have improved so much that some private schools may be put out of business, the editor of the Good Schools Guide says.
Some 350 international students at a private London business college have been told they must leave the UK by the end of next month.
The biggest academy chain in England has been accused by Ofsted of "failing too many pupils", particularly poorer young people.
The head of the university admissions service says teachers are boosting pupils' predicted grades.
The admissions process for Oxford and Cambridge universities is confusing and complex and should be simplified, the Sutton Trust charity says.
The government is accused of shelving a new measure of school accountability in England before it is introduced.
Labour is calling for England's school curriculum to be based on the needs of a modern economy, rather than the political "pet projects" of ministers.
A father at the centre of a High Court legal battle for taking his children on school term-time holidays, is fined for a second such trip.
A UK school is the first to sign up for an official anti-doping "clean sport" status.
Would-be students at Cambridge University will have to sit written tests as part of the application process, the university's admissions director announces.
The BBC's diplomatic correspondent, Bridget Kendall, is leaving the corporation to become the first female master of Peterhouse, Cambridge.
Sixty-five to 79 is the happiest age group for adults, while middle-aged people have the lowest levels of well-being, a UK study suggests.
Staff at the Open University suspend strike action planned for Tuesday.
Campaigners calling for the removal of a statue from Oxford University of British imperialist Cecil Rhodes issue demands to the institution.
Silicon Valley's Stanford University to start teaching in London
Emergency plan to help teach Syria's refugees
A university in Nigeria is trying to help a rising tide of people displaced by Boko Haram violence.
Pupils preparing for exams are abducted, as South Sudan tries to re-open schools
Can Lithuania reverse loss of young and talented?
Seven big myths about why some countries are good at education
A new university in Paris wants to create a "knowledge hub" competing with Silicon Valley.
Universities examine whether time travel is really possible
A County Antrim primary school sent a moving letter to children who received their transfer test results on Saturday.
British astronaut Tim Peake asks schoolchildren to help him with one of his scientific experiments.
Tuition fee grants from the Welsh government would remain in place after May's assembly election if Labour retains power, BBC Wales has learned.
The National Association of Headteachers has strongly criticised the school planning process - saying that it is fragmented and confusing for parents.
A study suggests that where children grow up in England has an increasing impact on how well they do at school - former Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg says the quality of teachers remains an important factor.
The system for creating new school places in England is fragmented, risking harm to children's education, head teachers have warned.
Are economics degrees fit for purpose?
Are there really more black males in prison than in universities?
How e-books are making a difference to children
Oxford's statue row is part of global student protest
Is the UK really part of Scandinavia?
Why are South Africa's schools in such a mess?