BBC News - Family & Education
Martyr's relic, found in rubbish, returns to Catholic fold
Waste company presents bone, said to be of a Pope executed 2,000 years ago, to Westminster Cathedral.
'Impossible' French A-level exam 'a disgrace' say students
Students fear it's 'au revoir' to university after Eduqas French paper
Stoke-on-Trent school may install washing machine over pupils' hygiene
A study finds parents with children at primary school cannot afford cleaning products.
'Ditch predicted grades' from university admissions
Using predicted grades in university entry is "no longer fit for purpose", say lecturers and heads.
London sixth-former plays Pogba's double
A south London pupil finds himself appearing as the double of World Cup star Paul Pogba.
'Labour anti-Semitism row is putting off Jewish students'
Jewish groups and Young Labour members say Jeremy Corbyn's not tackled anti-Semitism and it's putting students off certain campuses.
Harvard University 'discriminates against Asian-Americans'
The prestigious US university denies the claim that it prefers white, black and Hispanic applicants.
Maidenhead school asks parents to buy toilet roll
The school in Theresa May's constituency said it had lost £70,000 in government funding cuts.
Five generations 'before poor reach average pay'
Inequality in earnings is getting worse and social mobility is frozen, an OECD report says.
Teenagers 'let down over degree choices'
It is "deeply concerning" that students in England don't have the advice needed to make informed decisions, say MPs.
'I'm a head teacher and champion weightlifter'
Paula Phillips took up the sport about 18 months ago.
The youngster challenging children's perceptions of disability
Paddy and his mum visit schools to help challenge children's perceptions of disability.
Newcastle pyjama rave aims to get more kids reading
A centre in Newcastle has put on a 'pyjama rave' - so people can rave with their babies.
Young family's life on the 'Island of Grief'
After his wife died of breast cancer, Rupert Murrell decided to make a short film about his family's journey through grief.
Hidden writing in ancient desert monastery manuscripts
Cutting-edge tech is examining ancient manuscripts for earlier texts written below the surface.
10 things about Harvard graduates: Liberals, virgins and iPhones
A survey of students graduating from Harvard reveals their views and experiences on politics, sex and technology.
Hotter years 'mean lower exam results'
There is a significant link between higher temperatures and lower school achievement, says a US study.
Does the UN mean anything to the young?
The United Nations is launching a global poll to find what young people think of policies affecting their lives.
Scary and overcrowded
More must be done to stop children being housed in bed and breakfasts and temporary accommodation, says a report.
Children with poor literacy skills struggle most to tell which stories are false, says a report.
Degree pay premium
Find out which courses and which universities can boost earnings after graduation.
Football and university
A football club signs up a university as a shirt sponsor - to help them both reach the people they otherwise could not reach.
'Miss! Are your classes making me blind?'
Why spending more time in school and university could be damaging our eyes.
Streaming at five set me up to fail, says deputy head
Deputy head Sean Macnamara says his own experiences convinced him streaming is a bad idea.
Twins in school: To separate or not to separate?
Some mothers want their twins kept together, some prefer separate classes and others say "they'll find their own way regardless".
Exams 2018: The 'myth' of the visual learner
Across the UK, hundreds of thousands of pupils have been revising for exams.
Young carers: 'I wouldn't be here if it wasn't for him'
Stuart Gumm says his 12-year-old son Carwyn has saved his life - but young carers need more support.
Five charts that tell the story of diversity in UK universities
The University of Oxford has released figures showing 1.9% of students admitted in 2017 were black.
'I wish mum's phone was never invented'
A teacher's Facebook post about inventions her pupils wish had not been created is making parents stop and think.
GCSEs graded 9-1
As teenagers face this year's GCSEs, we explain the new 9-1 grading structure in England.
The father lost to postnatal depression
Vicky Clayton cannot give her son the thing he wants most in the world - his dad.
Learning about the trenches
The trenches and a 'battlefield' were made for students in the Highlands, but are to be opened up to other schools.
The adopted children confused by love
Children who have suffered abuse can often become distressed at the thought of being loved
'Failing a generation'
Government's child mental health plan leaves hundreds of thousands without proper care, says report.
Top brass
A Yorkshire primary fights to save its award-winning brass band.
Knowledge for sale?
Universities are dealing with rising levels of essay cheating, but how big a problem is it?
Stepping into Shakespeare
How standing up and reading Shakespeare out loud can make it more fun and understandable for teenagers.
Isn't that a walkboy?
Can they really not tell the time using an old fashioned clock?
'My teacher saved me from suicide'
Now 26, Hati Sparey-South is herself training as a teacher, determined to help today's pupils.
Dad regrets parenthood
One father believes his friends without children tend to be the happiest.
Siblings in care
Thousands of siblings in care have been split up by councils in England and Wales, new figures suggest.
Primary places
If the school on offer is unsuitable for some reason, there are a number of things you can do.
'It's not a shock anymore'
Teachers describe teaching in an area where knife crime is part of life.
Reality Check
Youth services have seen big cuts in their budgets, but it's impossible to make a clear link.
Frozen meals
New research into how children and families will be affected by changes to free school meals has been published
Motherhood taboo
Three women describe what it is like to secretly wish they had never had children.
When the kids hear
It is normal for parents to argue, but the way rows affect children varies greatly.
Lives in their hands
How do the families of generals who sent men into battle commemorate World War One?