30th May 2017 02:49pm
'Trojan Horse': Cases against teachers dropped
A panel rules the integrity of the process has been called into disrepute.
30th May 2017 01:30pm
Oxford University's history changes 'do not go far enough'
The university says moves to teach more non-European history are not a response to any campaign.
30th May 2017 01:17pm
New York talks in Hungarian university stand-off
Hungarian authorities begin talks with New York officials in stand-off over threatened university.
30th May 2017 12:16pm
School crossing patrol staff fall by 23% in Wales
Safety concerns are raised as research shows there are 170 fewer crossing patrols than in 2013.
30th May 2017 12:15pm
School crossing patrols 'still valid' in community
Welsh councils are struggling to fill crossing vacancies and are not replacing retiring staff, figures show.
29th May 2017 04:00am
Most children will need Welsh-medium education by 2030 to reach target of one million speakers, research claims
Campaign group says the Welsh Government must set targets for councils
29th May 2017 12:53am
Tories accused of 'sleight of hand' on manifesto grammar schools data
An academic questions methods used to calculate working class pupil numbers at grammar schools.
27th May 2017 06:47am
Exams in Ramadan: What should I eat?
If you're fasting during the Muslim holy month, here's how you can stay sharp in the exam hall.
26th May 2017 06:20pm
Teacher disciplined over 'most likely to become a terrorist' award
A 13-year-old girl was handed the "most likely to become a terrorist" award by her teacher.
26th May 2017 03:12pm
Comedy of errors
Students vent their anger on social media after exam board error