28th January 2016 09:31am
Malala warns of Syria's education gap
Campaigner Malala Yousafzai calls for more to be done to educate millions of Syrian refugee children denied access to school.
28th January 2016 02:18am
Garden project helps pupils engage
Taking part in a project, such as running a club or a renovating a garden, can help pupils at risk of becoming disengaged from school, research suggests.
28th January 2016 02:13am
A-levels 'not only route to university'
Universities, teachers, students and parents do not fully understand the range of qualifications that can secure a place at university, Ucas warns.
27th January 2016 06:07pm
Is it children's books' turn to shine?
Is children's fiction having a "moment"?
27th January 2016 03:24pm
Children's homes cost more than Eton
The Commons Education Committee hears the cost of a placement in a children's homes is three times that of sending a child to Eton.
27th January 2016 05:57am
College mergers 'will harm students'
Thousands of students could be squeezed out of further education if plans for college closures and mergers go ahead, warns the National Union of Students.
27th January 2016 01:09am
Child abuse victims 'need more help'
Most health professionals believe there are not enough mental health services for children who have suffered sexual abuse, an NSPCC survey suggests.
26th January 2016 07:21pm
Call for more religious free schools
The New Schools Network wants to remove barriers to allow more faith groups to open free schools.
26th January 2016 05:48pm
Parent pyjama ban on school run
A primary school head teacher writes to parents asking them to wash and "dress appropriately" on the school run.
26th January 2016 04:27pm
Ofsted can fail schools for face veils
Ofsted chief Sir Michael Wilshaw has told inspectors in England they can fail schools for allowing face veils if it is a barrier to learning.