BBC News - Family & Education
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The government announces plans to introduce minimum service levels in schools from next year.
Beverly Melbourne quit her Whitehall job of more than 20 years to become an English teacher.
Bowen says he suffered a tirade of racial abuse from a fellow pupil when he was at school.
The inquest into the death of Ruth Perry, who killed herself ahead of an Ofsted report, begins later.
The government says teachers are cutting admin time, but there are concerns about reliability.
Vicky Donald says her daughter got so sick of seeing videos circulating of her attack she gave up her phone.
A charity says it is receiving "small numbers" of reports from schools but now is the time to act.
Ms Perry died in January after being told Caversham Primary received a critical Ofsted report.
One student says scrolling negative news was affecting his mental health.
Children of past students are favoured in admissions - now state legislators are calling for this to end.
The death of head teacher Ruth Perry has highlighted the pressure Ofsted inspections can put on schools.
Annual tests of reading of seven to 14-year-olds show a decline in performance.
Parents are increasingly willing to challenge school rules, Ofsted's annual report says.
The BBC has seen private messages with swearing and poo emojis shared by teachers in Aberdeenshire.
Max and his mother Suzie tell the BBC about trying to get the support he needs in Oxfordshire.
New plans would see the summer break start a week later with kids off for two weeks in October.
Mark Hodgson recreates his campus in Lego form because he does not have many photographs of it.
school summer holidays in could be cut by a week under new proposals.
A report says Ofsted is seen as "toxic" and inspectors should not have direct contact with schools.
A "lack of basic information" from ministers is "shocking and disappointing", a report by MPs says.