09th May 2017 09:28am
'Incredibly rare' William Caxton print discovered
A UK university stumbles upon two pages printed by William Caxton in the 15th Century.
08th May 2017 06:22pm
Nigeria Chibok girls: Parents learning if daughters among those freed
The Chibok girls freed in Nigeria were named on Twitter but many families cannot access social media.
08th May 2017 04:25pm
'7,000 bodies buried' beneath Mississippi university
A group of academics hope to save on exhumation and reburial costs by doing them in-house.
08th May 2017 03:29pm
Preventing school cuts would put extra penny on income tax, says IFS
The Institute of Fiscal Studies says filling the school funding gap would cost £3.7bn - as heads report job losses.
08th May 2017 08:59am
10 ways of helping pupils cope with exam stress
Barnardo's Cymru has offered advice on how students can reduce stress caused around exams and school work
07th May 2017 11:58pm
Could you answer these primary school maths questions?
Sats tests will be taken by primary school children in England this week, but how difficult are they?
06th May 2017 12:54am
Schools to get new powers to sack 'maverick governors'
The Department for Education closes a loophole that prevents elected governors from being removed.
05th May 2017 07:41pm
Would you be ready to vote aged 16?
He can vote in Scotland's local elections, so should he be able to have a say in choosing his MP?
05th May 2017 01:13pm
Sharp rise in classroom hate revealed in police figures
A charity warn that racist language in schools has become more accepted since the EU referendum.
05th May 2017 12:03am
Afua Hirsch: 'Faith schools harm integration'
In this Viewsnight, writer and broadcaster Afua Hirsch argues faith schools lead to segregation.