BBC News - Family & Education
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Pupils in Liverpool were "starstruck" by the Harry Potter star but say it was an "outstanding" lesson.
Academics are leaving a city which at one time attracted top talent for its world-class universities.
Reform of special needs provision and changes to school leaving age will form part of a major review.
Huseyin Mehmet says a council wants his son to go to schools that are too hard to travel to.
Teacher assessments show 27% of primary pupils in Scotland do not meet "expected levels" in literacy.
The mother-of-three says more mental health help may have prevented her family being "ripped apart".
The NAHT and ASCL say time is needed to address the concerns raised at the inquest into Ruth Perry's death.
West Lothian Council has been left with a £15m shortfall when rebuilding a school in Blackburn.
Six key measures show widening gaps for pupils from poorer backgrounds in Wales after the pandemic.
Eight-year-old Marcel and his mum are one of many families facing Christmas living in a hotel room.
A High Court case is looking at whether universities owe a duty of care towards their students.
UPenn's president has resigned but campus debate over how to talk about the Israel-Gaza war goes on.
Head teachers talk frankly about the mental health impact that Ofsted inspections have had on them.
The death of head teacher Ruth Perry has provoked a nationwide debate about the role of Ofsted.
Ruth Perry's sister says Ofsted apologised "for the distress rather than causing my sister's death".
Duane Williams oversees the improvement of Ofsted reports at Colton Hills Community School.
An inquest has found an Ofsted inspection “likely contributed” to the death of head teacher Ruth Perry.
In the days following an inspection at her school, the head teacher wrote down her innermost thoughts.
The head teacher died two months after Ofsted inspected her school in Reading in November 2022.
A school in Kent is set to make students lock their phones in a pouch during the day.