Exam board apologises for including topics in A-level and GCSE papers with no advance warning.
Gymnasts have been "heard" and "vindicated" following the release of the Whyte Review, says two-time Olympian Becky Downie.
Dr Catherine Hillman wants to look after the children of two colleagues who need to remain working.
The Renters Reform Bill will also end blanket bans on benefit claimants or families with children.
Families say the price of school uniform is a problem for parents amid the cost of living crisis.
Students say they have become anxious about their future because of the cost of living crisis.
The Scout Association say an "increased zeal" for the outdoors post-pandemic is behind the surge.
Some parents welcomed the move but others worry it will take longer to get their children to class.
South African charity Book Dash is creating children's books in super-fast time.
Single mum Jyndi, 25, from Northamptonshire tells the BBC that she sometimes has to miss meals to be able to feed her child.
Tom Channon, 18, was on his first trip away with friends when he died after a 70ft fall.
The government says the 7.3% cap offers "peace of mind for graduates" as the cost of living grows.
A report finds there was a "toxic" environment at University College London's architecture school.
Tilly Raper's family say it is unfair she must sit an exam to pass her course after a car crash.
How is one school cook looking to meet the challenge of providing free school meals to all pupils?
Serving cold, healthy food could help extend free school meals to another 180,000 primary pupils.
The child protection charity collected figures on offences from police forces across England.
Figures from January show 22.5% of pupils now qualify for free meals, up from 20.8% a year earlier.
Multiple whistleblowers - current and former staff - say children were failed.
One in four students are lonely most or all of the time, compared with one in 20 of all adults.
Pupils are dealing with the "sensory overload" that comes with visiting a farm for the first time.
As the economic crisis in Lebanon continues to bite, parents are struggling to support their children.
Vice-chancellors ask both sides to work together to save the UK's role in a multi-billion-pound scheme.
They are angry at the education secretary's support for a professor critical of gender identity.
Children can't afford lunch at school as the cost of living rises, 11 educational groups say.
Teacher Stefanie Lakin appealed for help after finding one of her pupils could not afford a dress.
Academics have been criticised for spreading misinformation about the war in Ukraine on social media.
The scheme, which opens on Monday, is intended to attract the "brightest and best".
Helen Goss calls for more help for children like Anna, 9, who is ill two years after catching Covid.
Onyx Uwandulu says her school days were "traumatising" and the right education could help.
The scheme is organised by parents, who provide a wall of protection between children and traffic.
The job on the Shetland island of Foula is described as a "once in a lifetime opportunity".
Ofsted says such bullying and homophobic behaviour has become commonplace at the Birmingham school.
Maternity units, where Sarah Hawkins's baby and dozens of others died, are rated inadequate.
Maggie Grout has started an NGO that will 3D-print schools where access to education is not guaranteed.
The murdered toddler would still be alive if officials had listened, her great-grandfather says.
Eva Mireles and Irma Garcia were seen trying to shelter their students from the gunfire.
Poppy Read-Pitt from Nottingham wants freshers to be taught about the risks of drink spiking.
After a boy lost a finger reportedly fleeing bullies, a Wales anti-racism plan will be published soon.
The teenager was handcuffed and had her underwear cut off in front of male officers, her mum says.
The bus mounted a kerb, hit a group of primary school pupils, and crashed into metal fencing.
Alex and Jane Hamilton have been together since 1962 but only recently decided to "make it official".
More than 3,600 college students could be impacted by boycotted exams and cancelled lessons.
Troy Deeney says teachers do want to talk about racism and fear repercussions.
The rising cost of energy, transport and childcare is forcing families to make tough choices.
Struggling families need earlier support before they reach crisis point, warns a major review.
A-Level exams have resumed after a two-year hiatus for the pandemic.
As the first exams since 2019 begin, four students reflect on learning in the time of coronavirus.
A judge rules the University of Bristol failed to make adjustments for her social anxiety disorder.
Juntendo University in Tokyo set stricter requirements for female medical students in entrance exams.