16th March 2017 12:41am
Opening the skies to children in Kenya
Astronomer Susan Murabana takes a telescope round Kenya to enthuse schoolchildren.
15th March 2017 06:24pm
Tommee Tippee probes 'mould' in Perfect Prep machine
The firm says it suspects a build-up in its Perfect Prep machines is due to "harmless" carbon residue.
15th March 2017 05:48pm
'Trojan Horse' governor appeals against school ban
Lawyers representing the education secretary say Tahir Alam's ban should not be "revoked".
15th March 2017 04:46pm
Teacher training changes to attract 'very best' to Wales
Changes to teacher training in Wales will help attract the "very best" talent to Welsh schools, the education secretary says.
15th March 2017 01:09pm
More teenagers in parts of Wales are applying to Oxbridge
The Welsh Government says its Seren network initiative is working
15th March 2017 01:01pm
Wales' universities will be worst hit by a hard Brexit, warns major report
The IWA suggests Wales has more to lose than the rest of the UK
15th March 2017 01:38am
Should pupils have to learn sign language?
Should British sign language be a compulsory subject in schools?
15th March 2017 12:36am
Should hearing children learn sign language?
British Sign Language is not on the national curriculum in England; a petition aims to change that.
15th March 2017 12:14am
Who lost the most marks when cheating was stopped?
When Romania stopped cheating in its exams, it revealed the scale of the social gap in its school system.
14th March 2017 05:35pm
Graduates aren't skilled enough, say employers
Half of employers think graduates don't have the skills they need to succeed in the world of work.