BBC News - Family & Education
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Two grammar schools in Gloucester blame a 'technical error' for some pupils being told they had passed.
Thousands of Venezuelans have fled to Brazil, trying to escape their country’s crisis.
How do we know if children are misbehaving or mentally ill?
Friends of Amelia Eldred were ready with a group hug as she walked into school on her new leg.
Michelle Heaton went through early menopause aged 38 after a hysterectomy.
Repeat offenders face a further fine of up to £250 in Bristol's bid to tackle late night disturbance.
Anna England Kerr was shown ads for cots, cribs and IVF, despite trying to turn them off.
Oxford University's Conservative Association cancels a ban on members of the notorious dining club.
The BBC understands "a number of factors" were behind the decision not to pursue the case.
Too many babies in England live in homes blighted by addiction, violence and mental ill-health - report.
They were remembered at candlelit vigil in a city centre.
Teenagers share their views as staff and students prepare to protest against cuts to further education funding.
Harvard has been accused of racial bias in picking students. Should universities really consider ethnic backgrounds?
The Tate and the Royal Shakespeare Company want an "arts premium" for England's schools.
Consumer group Which? urges parents not to use three models of stair gates, saying they could be unsafe.
In a bid to tackle loneliness, a supermarket wants people in its cafes to start a conversation.
A report by child health experts warns England is falling behind other countries unless policies change.
A school in Manchester has gone from some of the worst truancy rates to best attendance records
Faith schools will no longer be allowed to discriminate, the PM says amid sharp debate on the issue.
David Malengela charged pupils 20 euros each just to board a school coach, a misconduct panel found.