BBC News - Family & Education
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The number of unemployed people with psychological distress rose 6.6% between 2013 and 2018, a study suggests.
Six of the 10 largest providers of children's homes and foster care are in debt, a report suggests.
Applications to university could switch to after pupils get their A-level results, says watchdog.
Two single mothers win out-of-court settlements against letting agents refusing benefit claimants.
Education secretary warns employers to stop using apprenticeship funds for MBAs for top managers.
The official advice is schools should not close, so why are some shutting their doors?
A report finds part-time nursery care costs more than £130 per week in England, Scotland and Wales.
Educated people cause most harm to the planet so schools must change, say teenage climate campaigners.
The new head of Wales' exam watchdog believes "significantly more" tests could be sat online.
Dr Jeremy Morris is moving aside while an internal review into how allegations were handled takes place.
Boys told "open up" don't "man up" by top rugby players, in a suicide prevention scheme.
A woman and her young son, who are both visually impaired, say walking to school is a nightmare.
Campaigners welcome a ban on intimate relationships between staff and their students at UCL.
Kirsty Drexler's family have taken the council to court in hopes of keeping her specialist school transport.
Students face disruption as union members in 74 universities begin 14 days of strike action.
A new mode links parents' TikTok accounts to their child's, and gives control over some features.
The charges relate to protests at Trinity College, Cambridge, and a research building in the city.
Oxford University faces accusations of unfairness over the cost of applying for courses.
A woman is held on suspicion of causing criminal damage after a Cambridge college lawn is dug up.
Undercover filming showed the Ghanaian academics breaching university policies on sexual harassment.