Two out of five low-paid young parents who request flexible working end up worse off, the TUC says.
Exam watchdog will review rules to prevent teachers leaking exam information.
The proportion of Welsh students going to the UK's best universities falls by 10% in three years.
A survey by an education charity suggests three-quarters of nurseries feel the free childcare offer is underfunded.
A judge rules there were no concerns about a Christian girl living with a Muslim foster family.
Those who draw up exams should not directly prepare pupils for the ones they set, say head teachers
There are big national and political divides in what people expect from a school system, say researchers.
A judge places the five-year-old Christian girl in the permanent care of a relative.
A grammar school faces a legal challenge over stopping pupils from going into the final A-level year.
More than half of Scots who graduated from university and some college courses are working in "non-graduate" jobs, the ONS suggests.
The social media titan has written about the magic of childhood in a letter to his newborn daughter.
Some 30,000 more teenage women than men are set to start degrees this autumn, Ucas says.
Heads suggest there will not be a rush to judgement if schools see a drop in new GCSE grades.
Some A-level students in Liverpool may have missed out on university places, their head teacher claims.
Government funding for key A-level maths project will cease in September.
Zainab Fhadal arrived in Stoke-on-Trent three years ago only speaking a little English.
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The UK does not have a major problem with foreign students overstaying visas, new data suggests.
Only 2,000 students in England achieved a clean sweep of top grades.
Qualifications Wales says an increase in 15-year-olds sitting exams early is mainly to blame.