BBC News - Family & Education
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Families lose legal challenge to government over limiting benefits to first two children.
Onslow St Audrey's School in Hatfield said no child would ever be refused access to water.
Citizens Advice says hundreds of thousands of UK families cannot afford to put money in their meters.
A study suggests not - and says there should be no strict rules about separating twins at school.
Now 26, Hati Sparey-South is herself training as a teacher, determined to help today's pupils.
Research suggests four out of 10 pupils in their first year of secondary have limited vocabulary.
Chilombo's comical take on running for head boy has been viewed more than a million times on Twitter.
An Ofsted inspection last year rated Route 39 Academy inadequate in all areas.
Rates charged on student loans will go up from 6.1% to 6.3% from September.
One father believes his friends without children tend to be the happiest.
Thousands of siblings in care have been split up by councils in England and Wales, new figures suggest.
What should parents say to teenagers who seem to be playing on their computers more than revising for exams?
Karen Nyberg, who's been to space twice, answers questions from primary school children.
Theresa May tells Commonwealth leaders children should spend at least 12 years in education.
A tutor in Singapore admits helping Chinese students cheat in their exams, using Bluetooth devices.
If the school on offer is unsuitable for some reason, there are a number of things you can do.
Jacob recalls how he was repeatedly locked in a storage cupboard at school when he was five years old.
Planned changes to staff pensions led to 14 days of strike action at 64 universities in February and March.
Peter Horrocks says the university faces an "unprecedented" challenge as he announces his resignation.
Study says 40% of apprenticeship standards do not meet traditional on-the-job training definition.