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Universities told not to 'scaremonger' ahead of fee cut
Education Secretary Damian Hinds rejects claims of universities going broke, ahead of tuition fee cut.

Students 'may have been unfairly deported' over English test cheat claims
The Home Office should have done more to protect people who did not cheat in their English tests, says watchdog.

School strike for climate: Protests staged around the world
From Australia to Europe, school children are skipping classes to call for action on climate change.

Birmingham LGBT school row: Protests 'won't stop lessons'
Protesters vow to carry on opposing the teaching of LGBT issues to primary school children.

Most parents reject nearest school
Some 60% do not choose their local secondary school as their first option, shows major study.

Sultan of Brunei hands back Oxford degree over LGBT laws
Oxford University wrote to the leader of Brunei expressing "concerns" about strict new Islamic laws.

Pupils disrupted by building delay
Building delays mean pupils will be bussed 10 miles away for the first two weeks of term.

Emeli Sande named as Sunderland University chancellor
The award-winning singer's birth coincided with her parent's graduation ceremonies in the city.

University counselling services 'inundated by stressed academics'
Academics are thronging to university counselling rooms to seek help for mental health problems and stress, a report suggests.

Students go online to report alleged sexual abuse
An NUS official says the students are turning to social media, as they feel universities are not listening.

'I hope my burn will make my kids less judgemental'
How one man with a facial difference hopes the next generation will be more tolerant.

Grime over Mozart? Better music lessons 'changed my life'
Results of four-year study shows better music education can improve attendance in disengaged pupils.

Oxford University promises 25% of places to disadvantaged
University of Oxford wants a big increase in students from deprived areas in the next four years.

Academy withdraws pupils from A-level exams over poor mocks
The Association of School and College Leaders described it as "pretty unethical conduct".

Broomlands Primary: Does a 'stunning school' help learning?
What parents, pupils and teachers think of the transformation of a primary in the south of Scotland.

School run: How Cardiff primary is transforming pupils' commute
A school is leading the way to make the daily commute better for the environment and for health.

The Moon landings: How one small step inspired a generation
"We want people's memories of seeing Moon landings footage for the first time," say researchers.

The 'Brown Babies' who were left behind
What happened to the babies born to black American soldiers and white British women during World War Two?

Blackburn: What is the ward with Britain's highest child poverty rate like?
What is it like to live in the Bastwell area of Blackburn?

Pregnant at Oxford University: Juggling motherhood with studying
You're studying at one of the world's top universities and then you get pregnant. What happens next?

Stevenage pupil taking GCSEs using eye movement
Being unable to talk or write is not holding back Will from taking his GCSEs.

Meet Belfast's young climate change protesters
Young people all over the world are walking out of school in protest of climate change - and Belfast is no different.

Tees cartoons: How Middlesbrough is animating the future
Wannabe animators from across the world are now flocking to Middlesbrough.

'People should love who they want to'
Inside a school where the "No Outsiders" diversity programme is taught.

The mothers fighting to get their children back from Lebanon
The BBC met three mothers who have all had their children taken to Lebanon by their former partners.

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