28th July 2017 05:18am
£4.8m spent to educate Republic of Ireland students in NI
The executive had previously sought compensation for teaching students from the Republic.
27th July 2017 11:29pm
The disabled refugee with a first class Cambridge law degree
Allan Hennessy was born totally blind in Iraq - and has just earned a first class honours degree at Cambridge.
27th July 2017 08:45pm
Baby removed from vulnerable mother 'unlawfully'
The child was taken into foster care while on a supervised visit with its father.
27th July 2017 02:20pm
Academy funding falling for secondary pupils
The income of academies for secondary pupils is lower than four years ago, official figures reveal.
26th July 2017 11:38pm
Sugar tax 'must not be used to plug school budgets'
Money earmarked to improve children's health should not be used for shortfalls in England's school funding, say councils.
26th July 2017 04:54pm
Devon free school rated inadequate by Ofsted in all areas
Route 39 Academy received the worst rating in all four categories following an Ofsted inspection
26th July 2017 04:29pm
Campaign to avoid confusion over new GCSEs
An information campaign wants to make sure people understand a new way of grading GCSEs in England.
26th July 2017 03:59pm
Babies join primary school lessons to help teach empathy
Baby Cailen has been visiting the children, aged eight and nine, since he was 12 weeks old.
26th July 2017 07:57am
Labour warns of 60% four-year rise in unqualified teachers
There are 24,000 teachers without formal teaching qualifications in England's state schools, a report says.
26th July 2017 01:03am
'Chess makes me feel less angry'
Children from Sacred Heart school say the game helps them feel less angry and more prepared for lessons.