Ethnically mixed schools lessen hostility
Teenagers at more racially diverse schools are less likely to have negative views of other groups, says study.
'Sharenting' puts young at risk of online fraud
Parents are compromising their children's future financial security with online sharing, warns Barclays.
German police stop 'truant' families at airport
Trying to avoid peak holiday time could mean fines for some Bavarian parents.
Greenwich University fined £120,000 for data breach
The Information Commissioner said the data breach, which included students' health problems, was serious.
French Muslim student Maryam Pougetoux hits back over headscarf claims
A French student union leader was accused by ministers of using her headscarf for political gain.
Foreign students: Home Office axes 'unusable' survey
Anyone could fill in the official study, which, some academics said, uses "loaded, them and us" questions.
School delay does not help summer-born, study shows
Putting summer-born children's school start back a year boosts attainment by less than one mark.
Nigerian students 'tied to cross and whipped' for being late
Three people, including the school's headteacher, are under arrest in Nigeria after the incident.
Exams: How do the new 9-1 GCSE grades work?
As teenagers face this year's GCSEs, we explain the new 9-1 grading structure in England.
Pupils find spellchecker 'cheat' in literacy test
Schools are given advice after an online glitch allowed pupils to see the correct answer in a spelling test.
Cardiff youngsters sent 200 miles to Liverpool for care
Building new children's homes is one option being considered for looking after children in care.
Bereavement lessons: Talking to children about death
Jamie's dad died when he was just four, now his family want to see bereavement lessons introduced in schools.
Would you give your kids total freedom?
A father of six living in rural Finland has an unusual parenting style: his children enjoy total freedom in the house.
NUS: 'Very worrying' harassment on campuses
The NUS says more work needs to be done to reduce sexual violence and harassment on campuses.
The Teesside gym with treadmills for toddlers
Andy Gray runs GymFants in Teesside and it's an exercise class with a difference.
Colombia's ex-fighters taught skills for peace
Farc guerillas have returned home, but they are often illiterate and unemployed and in urgent need of new skills for jobs.
Gordon Brown launches $10bn global funding for schools
The ex-UK prime minister launches a scheme for 20 million school places in the world's poorest countries.
London ranked top city for students
London has overtaken Paris and Montreal for the title of best student city, despite being so expensive.
Why do young workers have so many injuries?
More than a million people face injury and accidents at work every day - with young workers the most at risk.
Reviving the ghosts of France's 1968 revolt
Do France's 2018 student protests have much in common with the turmoil of May 1968?
Changing the world, one dinner at a time
Can posh restaurants and top chefs also win a competition for social activism?
The United Nations is launching a global poll to find what young people think of policies affecting their lives.
The father lost to postnatal depression
Vicky Clayton cannot give her son the thing he wants most in the world - his dad.
Learning about the trenches
The trenches and a 'battlefield' were made for students in the Highlands, but are to be opened up to other schools.
The adopted children confused by love
Children who have suffered abuse can often become distressed at the thought of being loved
'Failing a generation'
Government's child mental health plan leaves hundreds of thousands without proper care, says report.
A Yorkshire primary fights to save its award-winning brass band.
Knowledge for sale?
Universities are dealing with rising levels of essay cheating, but how big a problem is it?
Stepping into Shakespeare
How standing up and reading Shakespeare out loud can make it more fun and understandable for teenagers.
Isn't that a walkboy?
Can they really not tell the time using an old fashioned clock?
'My teacher saved me from suicide'
Now 26, Hati Sparey-South is herself training as a teacher, determined to help today's pupils.
Dad regrets parenthood
One father believes his friends without children tend to be the happiest.
Siblings in care
Thousands of siblings in care have been split up by councils in England and Wales, new figures suggest.
If the school on offer is unsuitable for some reason, there are a number of things you can do.
'It's not a shock anymore'
Teachers describe teaching in an area where knife crime is part of life.
Youth services have seen big cuts in their budgets, but it's impossible to make a clear link.
New research into how children and families will be affected by changes to free school meals has been published
Three women describe what it is like to secretly wish they had never had children.
When the kids hear
It is normal for parents to argue, but the way rows affect children varies greatly.
Lives in their hands
How do the families of generals who sent men into battle commemorate World War One?