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A report says high numbers switching schools might conceal pupils being "off-rolled".
Two teaching unions criticise an internship for teachers run by Stranmillis University College.
Teachers tell how zero tolerance behaviour policies are sending pupils into isolation rooms for hours.
Plans to give millions of dollars to a program for online learning for pre-schoolers has been criticised.
BBC research reveals about £87m spent on pay-offs with non-disclosure agreements since 2017.
Pictures released to mark the occasion show the early days and tell the stories of current students.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says he would scrap national Sats tests in primary schools in England.
Teaching about same-sex relationships education must be made compulsory in primaries, a union says.
Families in England are getting primary school offers, with one in 10 likely to miss out on their first choice.
Long hours and workload prompt 40% of UK teachers to plan their escape from the classroom, a survey says.
Move follows announcement of funding for free tampons and towels in secondary schools and colleges in England.
Two-and-a-half years after five teenagers were sentenced by a court to read a list of books, all are still in education and none has reoffended.
A photographer breaks stereotypes in Senegal to show that men can be seen in public caring for their children.
Khadijah Ismail endured stares and 'boys' armpit smells' on her way to a dream apprenticeship.
Magic is being examined by scientists wanting to understand how it plays with our perception.
Your stories about what it's like to go through a divorce.
Twenty years ago, the Labour Party pledged to end child poverty in a generation.
Secmol is an Indian school pioneering practical green education in one of the harshest environments.
A woman kidnapped from West Africa by slave traders lived until 1937 in Alabama, researchers say.
England's first children's homes opened in 1869 and the hunt is on for descendants of their first residents.
How one family's story of suffering, heartbreak and love had TV viewers reaching for the tissues.
Peter Tabichi from Kenya, who was named World's Best Teacher, shares what makes him stand out and what he hopes for teachers in Africa.
A group of teenagers sent away to get an education return to their home villages to meet family.
A 999 call operator has met the family that she talked through childbirth.
Art students share their thoughts on equality after a museum says its collections "embed historical injustice".
Amanda Mealing has told BBC Radio 5 Live that she felt 'shock and relief' when a cousin told her at a wedding.