The number of people getting first-class degrees at UK universities is rising. Three students explain their success.
Universities Minister Jo Johnson says students should have contracts to protect their rights to teaching hours.
A study suggests if those with undiagnosed problems were included, the rate would be much higher.
for BIG school? Children get ready for the next step - and describe their expectations.
Universities Minister Jo Johnson is going to challenge universities over excessive pay for vice-chancellors.
Universities awarding first-class degrees to over 40% of students.
Head teacher Joe Wincott says cutting teaching hours is the only way to balance his budget.
Brokenshire announces £131m of additional funding to "keep Northern Ireland's finances functioning".
The opposition says it would reduce the financial burden on graduates but not introduce a debt amnesty.
The 2020 target for pupils in England to study the English Baccalaureate has been abandoned.
Peggy Styles left school at 15 with no formal qualifications having come to Britain as a WW2 refugee.
A new "teacher's pet" is brought in to provide calm for anxious pupils.
The national drop-out rate in England steadily rises, and London is the worst area.
Schools are urged to practice for emergency situations such as chemical incidents or bomb threats.
Reinwood Junior School is one of several in West Yorkshire which carries out lockdown drills.
Seven per cent of young social media users said they had been bullied on the photo-themed app.
Canada's Grand Challenges projects are using research and ingenuity to tackle global problems.
Some schools are "reluctant" to record bullying in case it reflects badly on them, a commissioner's report warns.
An extra £1.3bn for schools in England is being taken from other education budgets, Labour says.
The education secretary says every school in England will gain from a shake-up of how funding is allocated.