BBC News - Family & Education
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The Chancellor pledged to return schools funding to 2010 levels with an extra £4.7bn investment.
Councils should be able to use exclusion zones to stop the protests outside schools, Labour says.
From 2025, physics, chemistry and biology will no longer be offered as separate GCSE subjects.
The government sets out its package for boosting skills and further education in England.
The exam board AQA apologises and says the textbook should never have been approved.
A network of "family hubs" is to be funded in England to provide support services in one place.
How the pandemic has affected child development in one primary school in north-east England.
Sex education is compulsory in England's secondary schools, while primary schools teach about relationships.
The recovery spending on education in England needs to quadruple to prevent lasting harm, experts say.
A council tells parents some schoolchildren are "aggressively" replicating the TV thriller's games.
UK university staff are being balloted on fresh strike action over pay, pensions and conditions.
David Swanston makes it through to the final shortlist after 8,000 nominations from 121 countries.
An investigation has been launched into 'organised abuse' in a special school in London.
Engineering and manufacturing, along with film and digital media, will be taught from 2025.
MPs and Peers back a campaign against replacing some of the vocational qualifications with T-levels.
The Youth Sports Trust charity wants girls to have a greater say over PE in schools.
Disadvantaged children miss out most from not being in school, the education secretary says.
Students in Glasgow have complained to the provider about holes in floors, construction dust and flooding.
Anonymous protesters called for Professor Kathleen Stock to be fired for her views on gender identity.
Luis von Ahn boss of language-learning app Duolingo, talks about taking on TikTok with a maths app.