BBC News - Family & Education
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University of Northampton students claim they are paying "extortionate rent" for poor accommodation.
Thousands of non-teaching education staff are to take industrial action over pay and education cuts.
Both antisemitic and islamophobic abuse is rising at universities, experts tell the BBC.
Legislation first promised in 2018 still 'being considered' after months of speculation over ban.
Two couples tell the BBC about the joys and struggles of having children in a same-sex partnership.
They're often seen as "dangerous, feckless and disinterested", but one charity's trying to change that.
A quarter of a million mothers with children under four have left their jobs, the Fawcett Society says.
Collecting the eggs and tending to goats are part of an average day for Handsworth primary pupils.
Rebecca Keatley is seeing her work in a new light as she prepares to become a parent this winter.
The plans aim to balance out the percentage of pupils on free school meals in secondary schools.
Lower wages may be offset by lower living costs, says firm trying to halt brain drain to London.
University student Kezia-Rose says £3.6K from the Bedford-based Harpur Trust has helped them.
Scottish graduates are seeing their student loan debt rising at a rate of 6.25% a year.
Lucy Hawking gives a speech to pupils in Cambridge on creating a better world for the future.
NI teachers have not had a pay rise in nearly three years and get less than their UK counterparts.
Hawys Barrett says she waited "month by month" for fertility treatment to work before having a son.
Bereaved families had asked internet providers to block the forum, following a BBC investigation.
Council staff in four areas across Scotland walk out in pursuit of a better pay offer.
Union reps say 'draconian' behaviour rules undermine teachers' authority.
Comments posted online had threatened to shoot Jewish students a the prestigious university.