BBC News - Family & Education
Children with problems or problem children?
How do we know if children are misbehaving or mentally ill?
Oxford Conservatives Bullingdon Club ban overturned
Oxford University's Conservative Association cancels a ban on members of the notorious dining club.
Bristol University students face £100 noisy party fine
Repeat offenders face a further fine of up to £250 in Bristol's bid to tackle late night disturbance.
No retrial for 'sex on plane' teacher Eleanor Wilson
The BBC understands "a number of factors" were behind the decision not to pursue the case.
The students who fear for their ambitions amid college cuts
Teenagers share their views as staff and students prepare to protest against further education cuts.
Thousands of babies in toxic homes, warns commissioner
Too many babies in England live in homes blighted by addiction, violence and mental ill-health - report.
Harvard - should race count in university admissions?
The elite US university faces a legal challenge over its student selection policy but denies unfairness.
Arts leaders call for more school funding
The Tate and the Royal Shakespeare Company want an "arts premium" for England's schools.
Which? testing reveals 'unsafe' child stair gates
Consumer group Which? urges parents not to use three models of stair gates, saying they could be unsafe.
If you were lonely, would you talk to a stranger?
In a bid to tackle loneliness, a supermarket wants people in its cafes to start a conversation.
School turns around truancy rate
A school in Manchester has gone from some of the worst truancy rates to best attendance records
Children 'should be weighed up to age 18', report says
A report by child health experts warns England is falling behind other countries unless policies change.
Norwich vigil remembers stillborn babies
They were remembered at candlelit vigil in a city centre.
Girl, 8, walks into school on new prosthetic leg
Friends of Amelia Eldred were ready with a group hug as she walked into school on her new leg.
Michelle Heaton: Menopause is 'more than a hot flush’
Michelle Heaton went through early menopause aged 38 after a hysterectomy.
'Facebook baby ads taunted me after stillbirth'
Anna England Kerr was shown ads for cots, cribs and IVF, despite trying to turn them off.
Festival organised in honour of disabled teenager
Unable to attend mainstream festivals, a 16-year-old girl has one organised in her honour.
University 'dual nationality' plan for Brexit
A UK university is to appoint staff jointly with a German university to keep access to EU research.
Should a university teach a killer?
A Norwegian university explains why mass killer Anders Behring Breivik has a right to be a student, regardless of his crimes.
Baghdad University makes global ranking
Oxford tops a global league table, with Iraqi and Jamaican universities making first appearances.
The chef using 60,000-year-old recipes
A top chef says his awards are owed to learning skills from indigenous Australian recipes and ingredients.
Inspiring the young
The black women hoping to inspire the next generation
Teens 'bombarded by gambling ads'
Teenagers welcome lessons setting out the risks associated with gambling
'My apprenticeship dream'
A BBC News apprentice tells how she overcame barriers to land her dream opportunity.
The neighbours building hope after losing children to suicide
Two teenagers - in the same year at the same school - killed themselves within weeks of each other.
Drug use: Is Sheffield Students' Union right to offer advice?
A father whose two sons died after taking ecstasy praises a university union's different approach.
Which kind of teacher would you be?
Take our fun test to discover what makes up your teacher DNA.
Losing friends, moving home and being broke - life after university
The transition from university to working life can impact on your self-esteem and here's why.
'I hid my baby from social services in case they took it away'
How some disabled mothers are often seen as a risk to their children.
Strontian: The community that built its own school
The school has been constructed in a way that the building can be put to an alternative use in the future.
Do kids get too much homework?
Rob Delaney sparks a social media debate about whether children should have more time to play.
How a small debt could cost a life
A small debt for unpaid council tax multiplied many times when Nigel Hurst was declared bankrupt - and caused him to take his life.
Students opt for booze-free accommodation
Universities including Aberdeen, St Andrews and Chester have introduced blocks where alcohol is banned.
Top 10 tips for starting at university
Graduates and older students offer their top tips for starting at university.