BBC News - Family & Education
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A school in one of London's poorest boroughs aims to send 41 students to Oxford or Cambridge this year.
The UK's intelligence services say there are too few young women working in cyber-security.
Liverpool University apologises after suggesting Chinese students didn't know what cheating was.
Inspectors to focus on good teaching and a broad curriculum alongside results, says Ofsted.
Winter weather at least meant a day off school. But now technology is threatening to keep pupils studying.
Parents who owe money for school dinners have been told their children will be given toast or bread.
A university is switching off its social media channels to promote a healthier online culture.
The head teacher says some fundraising will pay for maintenance as its central budget is being "squeezed".
A costume designer spent a year researching materials and techniques used in the original 1908 banner.
About 10% of students pay tuition fees in England without a loan - with claims this helps the wealthiest.
The change could mean the end of unconditional offers and the "chaotic" clearing system, lecturers say.
Carers looking after elderly parents and children face depression and stress.
Izzy Posen describes what life is like inside one of the UK's most secluded religious communities.
British Nutrition Foundation launches new "handy" guide to stop people cooking and eating too much.
The women say they are struggling financially because of the way their payments are calculated.
Minister scraps plan to cap child-related benefits for families with more than two children born before 2017.
Some staff say they are unlawfully being paid thousands less for the same work as white colleagues.
Almost a third of local authority secondary schools in England are in debt, a study suggests.
Tilly Rose challenges people's pre-conceived ideas about her and helps others get a university place.
The European Court of Human Rights said taking the family's four children into care was justified.