BBC News - Family & Education
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As Lord Hague calls for a change in the law on cannabis, young people claim it is often seen as a "softer" stimulant.
A study finds parents with children at primary school cannot afford cleaning products.
Students fear it's 'au revoir' to university after Eduqas French paper
Waste company presents bone, said to be of a Pope executed 2,000 years ago, to Westminster Cathedral.
Using predicted grades in university entry is "no longer fit for purpose", say lecturers and heads.
A south London pupil finds himself appearing as the double of World Cup star Paul Pogba.
Jewish groups and Young Labour members say Jeremy Corbyn's not tackled anti-Semitism and it's putting students off certain campuses.
Paula Phillips took up the sport about 18 months ago.
The prestigious US university denies the claim that it prefers white, black and Hispanic applicants.
Paddy and his mum visit schools to help challenge children's perceptions of disability.
County Tyrone teacher Roisin Corr was the subject of "derogatory comments" from a pupil's parent.
Inequality in earnings is getting worse and social mobility is frozen, an OECD report says.
Find out which courses and which universities can boost earnings after graduation.
The school in Theresa May's constituency said it had lost £70,000 in government funding cuts.
It is "deeply concerning" that students in England don't have the advice needed to make informed decisions, say MPs.
Some claimants have waited eight months for payment - but there's no way back, says audit report.
There are times when it's OK to take devices away, says Eton head Simon Henderson.
Care orders are easier to get than support for struggling families, says top judge.
Children with poor literacy skills struggle most to tell which stories are false, says a report.
More must be done to stop children being housed in bed and breakfasts and temporary accommodation, says a report.