BBC News - Family & Education
Theresa May's university review will not scrap fees
The prime minister says university costs are too high, but students must pay back for degrees.
Lab v lecture hall: Whose tuition fees are you paying?
Students voice their views on subsidising each other's courses through tuition fees.
Jersey to consider paying students' tuition fees
Jersey's chief minister says he does not want students to "worry about financing" university.
Education Secretary calls for tuition fee 'variety'
The education secretary suggests degree prices should reflect their value to society.
Lecturers want 'radical' tuition fee review
Lecturers want fundamental changes to how universities are funded and not 'tinkering at the edges'.
Lack of good religious education ‘leaves pupils at risk’
Quality RE lessons help stop religious stereotyping, says the Religious Education Council.
Teenagers' spending habits revealed
Girls spend £2.90 a week more than boys at the age of 13 to 15 as boys avoid buying soap and cosmetics.
Scottish spending watchdog concerned about nursery funding
Audit Scotland says councils may not be able to resource a planned expansion.
Brexit student exchange needs rethink says top uni head
The UK should consider setting up its own exchange programme after Brexit, says leading university head.
Year-round meals plan to tackle 'holiday hunger' of school pupils
North Lanarkshire says it could be the first UK local authority to offer meals to school pupils during holidays and weekends.
MPs to probe universities' unconditional offers
Unconditional university offers are on the rise but MPs say they are "very concerned" about the issue.
Times table check trialled ahead of rollout
12 times 11 equals what? Up to 7,250 pupils in England will try out tests on how well they can multiply.
'University fees need to come down,' says Lord Adonis
Lord Adonis, the architect of tuition fees, says the government now needs to cut them for all courses.
Is loneliness affecting your health?
BBC Radio 4 wants you to take part in an experiment on the extent and effects of loneliness
Transgender child: 'I think I'm a girl in a boy's body'
Kiera Puddefoot, 13, who is transgender, was previously known as Lucas.
Dealing with debt: The mini-bankers learning how to save
Schoolchildren from Kirton Primary in Boston run their own bank with its own currency to learn about saving money.
Dorset schoolgirl 'lost confidence after fat letter'
A cricket-loving schoolgirl says she lost her passion for the sport after receiving the letter.
'Guns and survivalists but no school until 17'
Tara's fundamentalist family in rural Idaho would not let her go to school, but she got a PhD from Cambridge.
Bill Gates announces UK teacher in global top 10
A London teacher, nominated for a global teaching prize, warns of deprivation for her pupils.
The mysterious moments before sleep
Researchers investigate the creative and confusing moments between waking and sleeping.
'I was 12 when I married a 35-year-old'
A campaign in several African countries wants to stop child brides and keep girls in education.
England and US pull schools from tolerance test
The OECD's new school test in respecting other cultures is being ducked by some leading countries.
UK university could get EU funds post-Brexit
A partnership between Imperial College London and a major French agency will keep access to European research funding.
Reality Check
Would cutting university tuition fees without changing anything else make the system less progressive?
University challenge
The inner-city parents who took a trip to Cambridge in a bid to tackle university inequality.
Kids online
Do children spend too much time online and does social media use make them anxious and unhappy?
Saying 'no' and date-rape
Former teenage mothers says revised sex education must cover issues such as saying 'no' and date-rape drugs.
No pets on board
Airlines are stopping hedgehogs and turkeys being brought on board, after 76,000 requests for 'emotional support pets'.
Counting calories
A campaign to tackle childhood obesity draws criticism from those living with eating disorders.
Hate mail and firebombs
Rarely seen documents reveal how a prominent suffragette was "trolled" over 100 years ago
Help for hoarders
How a decluttering buddy scheme in Croydon helped one woman face up to her tendencies to stockpile.
School league tables
Secondary school tables just published show one in eight in England is below government standards.