BBC News - Family & Education
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Ebenezer Azamati says he felt "unwelcome" in Britain after being "violently removed" from the Oxford Union.
Social care pledges will be under intense scrutiny during the election, but why is it so important?
High parental expectations and being happy at school are also important factors, a study suggests.
In care from the age of four, homeless at 19... now 23, Kerry has turned her life around.
Facing a year without any first graders, a school in South Korea opened its doors to grandmothers.
More managerial jobs generate more meetings, but they are not about making decisions, says a study.
The University of Warwick said it is "no longer appropriate" for its students to remain in Hong Kong.
Rising numbers of children are being officially labelled as vulnerable before they are even born.
A student who set himself on fire on Friday blamed his severe financial difficulties on government.
Two teenagers tell BBC Newsnight about their experiences of living in semi-supported accommodation.
A second year Bristol undergraduate says a student loan administration error left him penniless.
Between the ages of six and 11, children became 17 minutes less active per week every year - study.
What is it like to be a primary school pupil in a class of 63 children?
Labour pledges a £3bn increase in adult education investment to update skills for work.
Labour says its Healthy Young Minds plan will ensure early prevention and identification of psychological issues.
Money for training courses will be made available to adults of all ages, under the Lib Dem plan.
Research reveals the extent of bullying in the UK and explores the behaviour behind it.
A new memorial will honour the soldiers who suffered terrible facial injuries during World War One.
Jeremy Corbyn pledges £1bn to open new Sure Starts - and LibDems offer childcare from nine months.
Oxford scientists have developed a cheap technique for fake rhino horn to "flood the market".