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Boris Johnson at G7 announces funding for girls' education after row over international aid cuts.
For the first time in decades, almost all grammar schools are not using transfer tests.
Kent County Council has reached "the limit of safe capacity" 10 months after taking similar action.
Sexual harassment is being "normalised" among school-age children, England's schools watchdog finds.
People are swearing more often, says film ratings body. But parents want to keep on-screen limits.
Academics refuse to tutor students of Oriel College, which chose to keep the controversial statue.
The move follows "frequent" complaints skirts are "far too revealing", the head teacher says.
Oxford University students vote to remove the image as it is deemed a symbol of "colonial history".
Two schools in Tunbridge Wells are shut after "sophisticated" hackers encrypted student data.
Wales now has the highest proportion in the UK of children being looked after away from home.
Fewer offers are made to account for an expected rise in A-level results, the university says.
Scotland's new education secretary Shirley-Anne Somerville says a grade A will mean a grade A.
The education secretary praises testing in schools amid concerns that more pupils are being sent home.
Primary pupils in England fell months behind in maths and reading losing progress made in the autumn.
In the '60s and '70s, black children were wrongly sent to schools for the "educationally subnormal".
More than 6,500 pupils from across the UK took part in the CyberFirst Girls competition.
The Only Way Is Essex star Tommy Mallet opens up about the challenges he has faced with literacy and dyslexia.
Public libraries have borne the brunt of council cuts but one town is bucking the national trend.
Delays to speech and language skills are a top concern for primary schools, researchers say.
Bereaved parents call for universities to contact students' families to reduce risk of suicides.
Professionals tell the BBC what it is like to struggle with reading and writing while at work.
All pupils in P4 will be entitled to a school meal from August, while P5s will be offered lunches by January.
England's school recovery commissioner Sir Kevan Collins quits, saying the funding "falls far short".
Boris Johnson defends £1.4bn tutoring school catch-up plan after heads left "hugely disappointed".
Face coverings will not be needed in England's secondary classrooms from 17 May, says the prime minister.
The gap between poor pupils and their classmates is unlikely to narrow without intervention, researchers say.
Coronavirus lateral flow tests are free and provide a quick result within 30 minutes. But how do you do one?
The BBC visited one school in Lincolnshire to see how its staff and children were coping on week one.
Millions have returned to school in England, with face masks and Covid tests for secondary pupils.
A massive task lies ahead for schools as they try to make up for teaching time lost during the pandemic.
Parents are confident about children returning to school but worry about catching up, says survey.
Heads say parents are not giving consent for Covid tests for children, ahead of going back to school.
The announcement comes amid criticism of the SQA over plans put in place to replace school exams this year.
A million students currently learning online will go back to university campuses next month.
They've been reacting to the news students won't be returning before 17 May.
Face-to-face courses cannot resume on campuses in England until at least 17 May.
The pandemic has meant most students have been unable to go to lectures - so should they get a refund?
What will Brexit mean for students in the UK wanting to work or study abroad?
A combination of mock exams, coursework and essays will be used to decide grades in England this year.
The Department of Education and Ofqual will face public scrutiny to explain the exam confusion, the colossal U-turn and resignations. What went wrong?