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£14,000 tuition fees planned for shorter degree courses
Universities in England will be able to charge higher annual fees for shorter, fast-track degree courses.
Fresh setback for 30-hour nursery place scheme
Thousands of nurseries do not plan to offer England's free 30-hours nursery place scheme, data shows
Almost third of university academics from outside UK
Universities rely on high levels of overseas staff, but figures show foreign student numbers are falling.
Schools funding: re-think the re-think
Campaign group warns schools in poorer areas could suffer under new rules.
Halle Orchestra plans to open Stoke-on-Trent school
The intention is for students to spend 40% of their time in specialist music classes.
School days 'could be shortened' to save money at seven schools
Academy head says government cuts have left funding at "crisis point" amid threat to shorten days.
Head resigns over school funding crisis
A head teacher has told parents she is resigning in protest over school funding shortages.
Teacher changes accent to avoid 'village idiot' tag
One teacher told researchers he was afraid of "seeming thick" in front of students.
Pupils to sit times tables check from 2019
Pupils in England will sit a times tables check, from 2019, at the end of their primary schooling.
'More spent on free schools as older buildings deteriorate'
The government has pledged billions for free schools while existing buildings are deteriorating, watchdog finds.
NICE advice to look for 'soft' signs of child abuse
Signs may include excessive clinginess, recurrent nightmares or over-friendliness towards strangers.
Academic selection: Policy group criticises 'negative impact'
A policy group set up and run by the Department of Education (DE) criticises the impact of academic selection.
Watchdog to pursue essay-cheat websites
The universities minister is calling for tough action against the misuse of essay-writing services.
Teacher shortage getting worse, say MPs
The government is failing to tackle "significant teacher shortages"' in England, MPs say.
Prince Harry: Best teachers go beyond text books
Prince Harry explains what he thinks the best teachers can do for pupils.
Teacher shortage due to 'workload and pressures'
The government is failing to tackle "significant teacher shortages" in England, MPs say.
Ohio policeman helps girl, 10, with maths homework
Brave Lt BJ Gruber, of Marion, Ohio, offered up his help without realising the subject was maths.
Staffordshire mother says breastfed son ‘spotted cancer’
Teddy was "very distressed" and pushed his mother away when she tried to feed him.
Prince Harry praises teacher 'compassion'
The best teachers go beyond academic lessons to pass on lessons in compassion, says Prince Harry.
Which is the world's best city for students?
An international ranking puts Montreal as best world city for students, overtaking Paris.
Trying to be a distance learner in Aleppo
A young woman in Syria refuses to let a war and lack of electricity stop her ambition to be a student.
Teacher Daniel Gray decided it was time to speak out about his sexuality. But how did the school respond?
'Say the big words'
Families describe the moment they shared the news that no-one wants to hear
A mother paid thousands of pounds to a man who said he could win her child custody battle.
Trump's school choice
Betsy DeVos, Trump's pick for education secretary, only just got approved this week. Why is that?
'I don't belong here'
Iranian, Iraqi, Syrian and Pakistani students in the US react to President Donald Trump's executive order banning people from seven countries.
Girl Power needs to start young - with storybooks - to challenge the assumption that boys are smarter, an education expert says.
How drones, robots and mixed reality are making their way into the curriculum.
Quadruple the fun
Meet the mum to quadruplets who went viral after sharing a video that 'sums up motherhood'.
When children in Shanghai took part in the Pisa tests of educational attainment, the world was shocked by their maths results. Should the rest of the world be teaching maths the same way?
The secret university
Iran's Bahai minority is forbidden from studying at university - but they have a way round it, at least until it comes to postgraduate degrees.