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Minister calls Wales' performance in international tests for 15-year olds "really disappointing".
Top US college leaders were grilled by lawmakers over their efforts to curb antisemitism on campus.
Standards in reading, maths and science among 15-year-olds have declined over the long-term, research suggests.
The UK progresses slightly in OECD education rankings - but food-poverty levels are above average.
Wales' scores are the UK's lowest, and the results gap has widened in reading, maths and science.
Many in social care believe overseas staff saved the system from collapse, reports Alison Holt.
It is virtually brand new but was shut suddenly when problems were discovered with its structure.
A parent says a range of factors were behind their decision to home-educate.
Swindon's urgent push for more local fostering placements to help at-risk children.
A record number of female students have started an agriculture course at Borders College.
Changes in the US are enticing more people to file bankruptcy to clear their student loans.
Students describe the realities of university life with - and without - an animal's help.
Ruth Perry's inquest has heard she feared house prices would fall following the Ofsted inspection.
The school in Harlow, which opened in 2019, will be demolished and rebuilt due to construction issues.
Emma Károlyi joins the Windsor school famous for being the home of St George's Chapel's choir.
Isaac Uzoegbu was hit by a car when he ran from home. His head teacher says it could have been prevented.
Ruth Perry told her husband Jonathan she felt she would lose her job, the inquest into her death hears.
Users can activate pre-written text messages to trusted contacts if they need help on a night out.
Nurseries and providers welcome rise in funding rates but say demand could soon outstrip capacity.