The government promises to bring in new mental health support teams and improve waiting times.
Oxford University has turned to private investors in a record-breaking bond issue.
Southampton vice chancellor nets £424,000 after being awarded a £72,000 increase.
The exam watchdog is making checks after 230,000 pupils are given extra time to sit papers
Research suggests school starters are being increasingly grouped by ability - but is this a good thing?
The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Bath, who has announced she is stepping down after facing accusations of excessive pay, has defended her salary.
One mum's story of how a "loophole" is stopping her getting the money she says she needs.
The latest figures show only 80% of trainees were recruited on to a variety of schemes this year.
Lisa has put a sign outside asking neighbours not to phone the police if Ryan has a 'meltdown'.
How young single mothers are squeezed out of the graduate jobs market.
A third of five-year-olds in England are being failed by their Reception experience, Ofsted says.
One man says the revelation split his family, while a woman says she is now closer to her mother because of it.
Mohammad al-Mir, 13, has won three world titles for his super fast maths skills.
What is life like with four children with different SEN issues?
Students say conditions have deteriorated since Whitehaven Academy was taken over by the Bright Tribe Trust.
On one estate they handed out cards to children asking mums to ring if the children needed new trainers.
A nursery is kept open to help local families to stay in inner-city Amsterdam
The vice-chancellor of the University of Bath, facing accusations of excessive pay, steps down.
Mothers say they feel too ashamed to ask for help when struggling with parenting.
The school claimed pupils who wore "the correct footwear" and "dressed sharply" were more successful.