Social media and the ease of access to explicit material on the web means the tricky topic of sex is even more of a minefield for parents.
The government wants firms such as Facebook and Twitter to publish annual reports on abuse.
The countries where most girls don't even get to start primary school.
Some parents said their children had been unable to buy school meals due to the glitch.
Hungary is angry over a Ukrainian law limiting classes in the languages of ethnic minorities.
With 35 pupils being excluded every day, Ben tells how he went from an ugly statistic to reformed character.
The first minister will commit to funding an expansion of free childcare provision in Scotland by 2020.
These commuters tied the knot after sharing the same carriage every day for nearly a year.
Foster carers consider whether they should receive the same rights as ordinary workers.
Campaigners say the government is taking too long to produce guidelines for schools on handling sexual assaults between pupils.
"Essay mills" are charging up to £7,000 to provide students with material to pass off as their own.
Figures seen by BBC Panorama show assaults by under-18s on other children are rising.
This summer they competed in the world's largest offshore race.
John Swinney announces £20,000 bursaries in a bid to tempt people in key sectors into teaching.
"Damp in the walls, rats in the bedroom" - a single mother tells of life in temporary housing.
What counts as sexual harassment at work - and how do you deal with it if you think it is happening to you?
Detentions, isolation rooms and obsessive uniform policies... are schools becoming too strict?
Afghan refugee Farid says he learned English from watching episodes of EastEnders.
This disused pub holds a secret about England's housing crisis.
The war in Yemen has devastated the country's education system and left 166,000 teachers without pay.