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Heads’ no confidence in Gove reforms
Head teachers pass a motion of no confidence in Michael Gove's education policies at a conference in Birmingham.
Academy group expense 'extravagance'
A leading academy chain has been criticised for widespread financial irregularities in an official report.
Phones 'used like digital dummies'
Computers and smartphones have become a "digital dummy" used by parents to pacify their children, says a head teachers' leader.
Graduate social workers fast-tracked
Graduates on a new fast-track scheme for trainee social workers will co-handle caseloads after just five weeks of intensive initial training.
Childcare costs will be tackled - PM
David Cameron indicates he is ready to compromise over changes to childcare, after concerns were raised by Lib Dem coalition partners.
Schools 'struggle to find heads'
Analysis suggests schools are facing an uphill battle to recruit head teachers, with one in four having to re-advertise jobs.
Hundreds of jobs for new teachers
Unemployed new teachers in Northern Ireland will be able to apply for hundreds of extra jobs in the next few weeks.
Fall in young learning after 17
Fewer young people are still learning after 17, survey suggests
Brain stimulation maths boost link
Applying high-frequency electrical noise to the brain can boost maths skills up to six months later, say Oxford University researchers.
'Quarter of a million' young carers
Nearly a quarter of a million children in England and Wales are caring for a relative, new statistics just released show.
Social workers' fears over changes
Social workers are warning changes being brought in to speed up adoption and the family courts might be bad for the welfare of some children.
Young 'prefer to read on screen'
Young people are now much more likely to prefer to read on computer and phone screens rather than to use printed materials, according to a literacy study.
SA university makes Zulu compulsory
A leading South African university says it will make Zulu language classes compulsory for all first-year students from next year in order to promote nation-building.
Science call for new primary teachers
Scottish primary school teachers should have the equivalent of a science Higher before they enter the profession, experts say.
Family court experts under scrutiny
Poor quality expert evidence is to be "driven out" of family courts, the Ministry of Justice says, as it launches a consultation on standards in England and Wales.
Gove stands by Mr Men history attack
Education Secretary Michael Gove stands by his criticism of a teacher who suggested students could create a Mr Men character based on Adolf Hitler.
Universities '£50m to drive growth'
Universities in England are to receive a £50m cash injection to help create high-tech industries and boost economic recovery.
Students complain of 'poor value'
Almost one in three first year students at UK universities say their courses are not good value, a study suggests.
Minister rejects AS-level plan fears
Concerns that changes to AS-levels in England will harm university admissions are unfounded, the schools minister David Laws has argued in a letter to Labour.
The world's most sleep-starved students
How lack of sleep is damaging pupils' learning around the world
Suu Kyi asks UK to help universities
Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi is calling on Britain to help rebuild Burma's universities, which she says have been ruined by military rule
Jimmy Wales: 'Dull lectures doomed'
Wikipedia's Jimmy Wales predicts the death of student boredom
Human extinction warning from Oxford
What are the greatest global threats to the future of humanity? An international team from Oxford University's Future of Humanity Institute is investigating the biggest dangers.
Children shun fictional 'fat Alfie'
Young children reject storybook characters who are overweight, research reveals.
'Gardeners not dull' says Titchmarsh
Gardeners need to show that their profession is not for "thick, dull or unadventurous" people, TV gardener Alan Titchmarsh has urged.
University criticised over artwork
Durham University is criticised for spending £1.4m on artwork, including works by Pablo Picasso and Andy Warhol.
Hunt doubts Gove on history evidence
The education secretary is accused by Labour of proposing changes to the history curriculum using evidence from a TV channel survey.
'Extremists preach' to UK students
Preachers described as 'extremist' have been speaking at UK universities, according to a report into campus activism.
Pre-exam breakfasts sent to schools
Extra deliveries of juice and porridge have been sent to primary schools in poor areas of England to help them do better in Sats tests this week.
Childcare support gets £19m boost
Ministers hope to double the number of young children getting part-time childcare in poorer parts of Wales, with a £19m expansion.
Childcare ratio plans 'in chaos'
Labour says plans to allow nursery staff and childminders to look after more children in England are in "chaos", after Nick Clegg admits doubts about them.
Social care 'facing bleak future'
The social care system in England is facing a bleak future despite the planned changes as services have been forced into budget cuts, council chiefs say.
Consent age should be 13 - barrister
A prominent barrister specialising in reproductive rights calls for the age of consent to be lowered to 13 and an end to complainant anonymity.
VIDEO: Hove v Gove battle for new free schools bid
Plans backed by Education Secretary Michael Gove could see a free school set up on a Sussex playing field, but the bid has angered some residents.
VIDEO: Puppy room for students' exam stress
Aberdeen University students' association is introducing a new exam welfare scheme which includes a puppy room.
VIDEO: NUS: Unis should be 'held to account'
Almost one in three first year students at UK universities say their courses are not good value, suggests a study.
VIDEO: Young carers risk damaging education
A report on young carers suggests that their responsibilities could mean they are in danger of permanently damaging their education and job prospects.
Worry at school sport survey results
As a survey of teachers finds concerns over a drop in school sport, BBC Sport's Dan Roan says the Olympic legacy cannot be taken for granted
Revision techniques - the good, the OK and the useless
The good and the useless, according to psychologists
How Estonia became E-stonia
How Estonia was converted into E-stonia
The grammar quiz
Can you punctuate better than the average child?
The people who hate other people's bad grammar
The people who hate other people's bad grammar