BBC News - Family & Education
Oxford University accepts £150m from US private equity boss
Stephen Schwarzman, a confidant of President Trump, makes the largest ever donation to a UK university.
Further maths A-level paper replaced following leak
The move is a "precautionary step" to protect students, says Edexcel's parent company, Pearson.
Girl, 12, flooded with beauty ads on Instagram
The ads were displayed to the young user despite Instagram's policies saying some should not be shown to her.
Dogs' eyes evolve to appeal to humans
Scientists have found a muscle that allows dogs to make 'puppy eyes' and bond with humans.
Syrian universities weakened by 'brain-drain', says report
Syria's war is near an end but its universities are struggling to help the country's recovery.
Children's speech therapy: Call for wider support in Wales
One in 10 children in Wales struggle with their speech and language, according to therapists.
School places change for domestic abuse
Families escaping domestic violence will be prioritised for school places, says education secretary.
Divorce likely to put weight on children, study finds
Study compared the weights of children whose parents had broken up with those whose parents had not.
Theresa May calls for mental health to be priority
Tackling mental health problems needs 'urgent attention', says the prime minister.
Edexcel launches investigation after A-level maths paper leaked online
Part of an Edexcel maths paper was shared on social media ahead of the exam on Friday.
Ofsted sounds warning over outstanding schools
Numerous outstanding schools are downgraded by Ofsted after concerns are raised.
Secondary teachers 'want more flexible working patterns'
A lack of flexibility is contributing to secondary teachers leaving the profession, a report warns.
Jailed mothers: The 'terrible damage' to children
With 17,000 children a year separated from jailed mothers in England and Wales, some MPs want change.
Beechwood: 'I can't believe the evil that happened there'
A victim of the regime at a notorious children's home has come forward to tell her story - one of hundreds of accounts of abuse heard by a national inquiry.
Maths paper leak: Students' fury at exam board 'shambles'
Students who sat the Edexcel A-level maths paper claim 'widespread' leak occurred hours before exam.
What's the right age to quit maths?
Arts students are protesting their school's academic requirements. Should they have to take maths?
'Swallow your pride and ask for help', first-time students told
Ethnic minority, mature and working-class students must be more confident in asking for help, says study.
GCSE exams: They're stressful enough without the strange behaviour of invigilators
How invigilators distract students taking exams - picking their feet, eating too loudly and staring.
Trade war: How reliant are US colleges on Chinese students?
American universities enrol hundreds of thousands of Chinese students each year.
Birmingham LGBT lessons row: 'Children worried about protests'
Pupils have been concerned about protests against LGBT lessons in Birmingham, school staff and governors say.
The Romsey young carers using rock music as respite
The music 'school of rock' is giving young carers a break from their daily routines.
Stateless in Africa: Why 700,000 have their 'dreams ended'
Sixteen-year-old Peter is a stateless citizen, which means he won't be able to finish his schooling.
Financial advice on offer to teenagers
A group of teenagers learns about handling their finances.
Beano readers vote Sussex school pupils funniest in the UK
Having a laugh in the classroom - meet the pupils who came up with the funniest joke, say Beano readers.