Local authorities will work with charities to put forward pupils for bursaries and scholarships.
Here's some expert advice on how to survive the family this Christmas.
Eva Schloss was asked 1,000 questions on 116 cameras to preserve her story for future generations.
Could professionals swapping their career for the classroom answer the UK’s "teacher shortage"?
Primary school pupils are playing a popular computer game in the classroom to learn about the Bronze Age.
School children in Penrith are joined by two llamas for a memorable day in the classroom.
Many teachers are not fully aware of the changes and only a minority feel ready for them, a committee warns.
Almost one in 10 young people rely on goodwill for a bed for weeks on end, says BBC research.
Who's having more fun at Christmas? Check your social media feed and find out.
There is a widening gap in access to good schools, with the north of England falling further behind.
The National Association of Head Teachers criticises plans to use algorithms to help rate schools.
A $100m grant is going to bring Sesame Street characters to help traumatised refugee children in Syria.
Up to 60 academics say they oppose "the agenda" of a project assessing the ethics of empire.
Former England footballer Sol Campbell believes all teenagers reach a crossroads.
Children who survived June's fire will speak of family and home in a message broadcast by Channel 4.
A business approach to improving schools in India will mean investment is directly linked to pupil achievement.
The Department of Health is coming under pressure to issue more guidance on the practice.
University admissions would be fairer if students applied after A-level results, says a charity.
One woman faces bankruptcy after amassing a £20,000 debt raising her grandchildren.
Parents and young people are asked their views on new sex and relationships education content.