BBC News - Family & Education
Updated: 36 min 39 sec ago
Students who sat the Edexcel A-level maths paper claim 'widespread' leak occurred hours before exam.
Part of an Edexcel maths paper was shared on social media ahead of the exam on Friday.
Labour MP Roger Godsiff is reprimanded after voicing support for parents opposed to LGBT teaching.
Numerous outstanding schools are downgraded by Ofsted after concerns are raised.
A lack of flexibility is contributing to secondary teachers leaving the profession, a report warns.
The music 'school of rock' is giving young carers a break from their daily routines.
Pupils have been concerned about protests against LGBT lessons in Birmingham, school staff and governors say.
Two complaints claim the firm lacks the required consent to build and store youngsters' voice profiles.
Two-thirds of students say universities should contact parents if there are serious mental health problems.
The UK fares badly in rankings for paid parental leave and affordable quality childcare.
A school has received 200 gowns to help pupils under "massive pressure to look their very best".
Sixteen-year-olds in England should not be restricted to A-levels or T-levels, says business bosses.
American universities enrol hundreds of thousands of Chinese students each year.
Sixteen-year-old Peter is a stateless citizen, which means he won't be able to finish his schooling.
The new curriculum for Wales does not specify a set amount of physical activity every week.
Arts students are protesting their school's academic requirements. Should they have to take maths?
A group of teenagers learns about handling their finances.
An independent review of P1 assessments says they should continue if "modifications" are made.
She took the exams in hospital because she did not want to wait another year to graduate.
Having a laugh in the classroom - meet the pupils who came up with the funniest joke, say Beano readers.