Government plans to introduce more flexibility could be destabilising for universities.
Abduction, sexual violence, early marriage: a few of the choices facing adolescent girls who ought instead to be in school.
Good results and issues of identity drive attendance of Jewish schools – it's not all down to religious beliefs.
Because exam season can be tough on parents, too.
Plans to reward universities for excellent teaching could see a bigger role for metrics that track how students spend their time.
Universities deemed excellent at teaching will be allowed to raise their fees in line with inflation.
Sadly the finding that children, especially poorer children, suffer the most from air pollution isn't particularly surprising.
Good tests may build in failure, but that doesn't mean they're an efficient way of measuring a child's ability.
Families are falling deeper into poverty when school holidays come, just to feed their children.
Does it have a formula?
We should fret less about what teenagers do with their phones, and spend more time talking to them about what the digital, connected future holds for them.
Seven and 11-year-olds feel the pressure from their parents and teachers.
New, harder tests for primary school children have raised questions about the purpose of learning grammar.
Emotional competence can help children do better at school.
When you read to children, they develop abilities to express emotions through language.
More children are going to independent school in the UK, according to a new census.
Students at the University of Khartoum are protesting about a secretive plan to move the institution from its historic buildings.
Dealing with inequality should be the main priority.
Local education authorities have mediated the RE syllabus for decades. Now, there might be a free-for-all.