20th May 2014 04:58pm
University building boom under way
A Â£9bn building boom at some of the UK's best known universities will create jobs and boost the economy, according to a report.
20th May 2014 04:54pm
Academy chain 'is first to close'
The Department for Education has confirmed that Prospects Academies Trust, which runs six schools, will be the first academy chain to close.
20th May 2014 08:39am
Gay adoption rates rise in county
The proportion of children adopted by gay couples in Nottinghamshire has surged above the national average, new figures show.
20th May 2014 05:56am
Careers advice warning to schools
Careers advice for pupils in Wales is out of date, too generic and comes too late, especially for those leaving aged 16, school inspectors claim.
20th May 2014 12:43am
Paperwork rise 'hampering teachers'
An increasing amount of paperwork is leaving teachers with less time in the classroom, according to Scotland's largest teaching union.
19th May 2014 08:43pm
In Pictures: Students reflect on WW1 battlefields tour
Teenagers mark World War One Centenary.
19th May 2014 05:52pm
Broader history A-level planned
The rise of Islam and pre-colonial African kingdoms are among topics on offer in a draft new history A-level, due to be introduced next year.
19th May 2014 05:49pm
Uni chancellor role discussed again
Cardiff University is set to discuss plans for a new chancellor after comedian Griff Rhys Jones's appointment was stalled at the last minute.
19th May 2014 04:01pm
University leaders back Europe link
University leaders in the UK have written an open letter saying membership of the European Union is central to their efforts to "drive innovation and growth".
19th May 2014 03:59pm
Children 'recruited' for crime gangs
A conference hears how children as young as 12 are being recruited by drug dealers and violent gangs in Scotland.