BBC News - Family & Education
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The teen's parents are suing a Texas school district for using a black Sharpie to colour his scalp.
Laura Mulley started the swap shop after her children grew out of their good quality uniforms.
Office blocks are also being used to house families as 210,000 children are estimated to be homeless.
University admissions service says the top grade in a T-level qualification will be worth 168 Ucas points.
The proportion of surveyed pupils who have ever smoked tobacco drops to a record low of 16%.
Graduates have paid millions in repayments after their loans have been cleared.
At 16, teenagers face a number of training or education choices - but how have these decisions changed over time?
Councils' no-deal Brexit plans warn of more expensive school meals and lower nutritional standards.
The Home Office is to allow courts to impose restrictions on people police suspect carry weapons.
However, no punishment will be levelled at pupils or parents if they choose to strike for a longer period.
Students snap up record number of university places through clearing a day after the A-level results.
The town of Pleucadeuc in northwest France holds an annual festival for twins, now in its 25th year.
Workshops are teaching young asylum seekers how to cook and improve their English skills.
Grime artiste Stormzy pledges to fund two more Cambridge students.
Thousands of students collect their A-level results as the proportion picking up top grades falls.
Stars from the arts world urge the government to make creative education accessible to young people.
Eddie Playfair, of the Association of Colleges, and Helena Poole, of Which? University, offer advice.
As students in England, Wales and Northern Ireland get their A-Level results, Reality Check looks at how subject choices are changing.
They say tackling tooth decay - which affects a quarter of five-year-olds - is a priority.
Thousands of pupils will learn their fate and find out about university and college places.