BBC News - Family & Education
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English language schools warn they are on the "brink of collapse" after two summers without students.
A study in 200 English secondary schools and colleges found very few infections in close contacts of cases.
Remote working meant the Lancaster family could live anywhere - they found their sea view in Scarborough.
Applicants offered free accommodation and £10,000 cash by Exeter University to defer until 2022.
Support charities say male victims of sexual assault sometimes feel their experiences don't count.
Bad housing and deprivation are a toxic mix for health, says England's chief medical officer.
The "pingdemic" continues to affect schools and families with nearly 25% absent as the term ends.
The vaccines minister says children at high risk from Covid will be offered the jab.
"Covid anxiety" is among the explanations for the increasing popularity of out-of-school teaching.
A survey finds more than half of UK students feel universities and colleges have not supported them enough.
Numbers continue to rise for pupils missing school - both for Covid and non-Covid reasons.
Protecting education in international war zones is supported with £15.8m in UK aid funding.
A-levels and GCSEs in England next year will be adapted to take account of disruption in the pandemic.
Not being able to talk to friends and over-use of technology are two key factors, says charity.
A University of Manchester plan to keep online lectures is criticised for offering no reduction in fees.
Restrictions in England's schools are axed, as 641,000 pupils miss school due to Covid regulations.
More than 640,000 pupils in England were not in school last week due to Covid - up from 375,000 the week before.
It is expected that testing of pupils will replace the need to send entire class "bubbles" home.
Ministers are calling for school Covid isolation rules to end by autumn.
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