29th April 2014 11:03pm
Erasmus exchanges get down to business
From fun in the sun... to workplace skills
29th April 2014 05:26pm
Thousands sit new Scottish exams
Thousands of students across Scotland sit the first exams for the new National 5 qualifications.
29th April 2014 01:08pm
Stabbing school 'right to stay open'
The decision to keep open a Leeds school where a teacher was stabbed to death in front of pupils on Monday is welcomed by experts.
29th April 2014 11:27am
Too young for the Holocaust?
How young is too young to know?
28th April 2014 01:14pm
Inside the Trojan Horse
Newsnight's Chris Cook examines 'Trojan Horse' extremism claims
28th April 2014 12:45pm
Poker player wins child support case
Judges say a professional poker player does not have to pay child support to the mother of his children.
27th April 2014 11:31pm
Vulnerable to give pre-trial evidence
Vulnerable witnesses will be able to give evidence before trials start as part of a pilot in scheme starting in three Crown Courts in England.
26th April 2014 11:45pm
Parents meeting over abuse teacher
Parents at a private school in London where a convicted paedophile is said to have abused children are expected to meet detectives on Monday.
25th April 2014 03:22pm
VIDEO: New claims amid 'Trojan Horse' probe
Two teachers make claims to Newsnight about what they say happened at a school at the centre of an alleged "Trojan Horse" plot by Muslim hardliners in Birmingham.
24th April 2014 06:38pm
Education warnings 'six years ago'
A lack of a long-term vision for education in Wales, highlighted in a critical OECD report, were first raised more than six years ago, BBC Wales has learnt.