BBC News - Family & Education
Government faces High Court action over children's rights
A children's charity is seeking a judicial review of government guidance over vulnerable children.
Anti-Semitism: University of Essex suspends worker amid row
A vote on a proposed Jewish Society has been scrapped after the university said it would be set up.
Warning over cost of caring for young asylum seekers
Councils are struggling with the rising costs of caring for young asylum seekers.
Lecturer's widow hits out at Cardiff University workload
Dr Malcolm Anderson killed himself after complaining about mounting pressure at work.
LGBT-row teacher up for $1m global prize
The assistant head at the centre of a row over lessons on LGBT rights is shortlisted for a global teaching prize.
Brexit 'could risk children's safety', warn commissioners
Child abuse, exploitation and abduction are all "immediate issues", say UK children's commissioners.
LGBT-row teacher on teaching kids about equality
LGBT-row teacher on teaching kids about equality
The self-taught pianist drawing crowds
Hundreds of thousands of people have seen this student play after he learned the piano using online videos.
Nephew, 5, inspires hairdresser's Spargoland 'sensory' salon
A hairdresser says his five-year-old nephew, who has cerebral palsy, inspired his specialist salon.
Climate march students: 'We need change and we need it now'
Students have protested across the UK to air their views on the issue of climate change. We talked to some of those in Manchester.
Perinatal OCD: 'I was worried I'd do something to my kids'
Amy Hill, from Stafford, talks about living with perinatal obsessive compulsive disorder.
Will universities go bust if fees are cut?
Universities are warning of a financial crisis if a review recommends cutting the level of tuition fees.
Erasmus: What will happen to scheme after Brexit?
People expecting to study abroad in Erasmus programmes next year have received warnings about the funding.
When class sizes fall so does teachers' pay
International study from OECD suggests that cutting class sizes often means lower pay for teachers.
The mother who lost her daughter over an EpiPen
A mother ran up lawyers' bills of £60,000 fighting to stop her daughter being taken into care.
Climate strike: Why are students striking and will it have an impact?
Across the UK, students are set to take part in a climate strike, but will it make a difference?