BBC News - Family & Education
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Misconduct cases were brought against 14 teachers in Birmingham but only one was found at fault.
The New York medical school will fund all students, due to fears of graduates' "overwhelming" debt.
A-level results show a rise in top grades, as a record proportion of 18-year-olds head to university.
The musician says he'll fund two black British students to go to the University of Cambridge.
Ophelia's parents say they it is difficult to keep up with her will to learn.
Natalie and Ben's daughter Ophelia joined Mensa at only three years old.
What are the immediate options if your A-level grades aren't what you were expecting?
Thousands of teenagers are getting their A and AS-level results, but what have the recent changes been?
Laceinne Cooper is raising her child on a plant-based diet. She explains how and why.
As Scotland's children head back to school this week, the debate over education intensifies.
Thousands of students get their exam results this month. BBC Rewind looks at some classic reactions.
Fr Bernard Green sexually assaulted a boy in 1995 and was banned from working with young people.
The exclusion of an autistic boy after he hit a teaching assistant with a ruler, punched her and pulled her hair, was 'unlawful'.
Carla and Selina admit they can get through 700 nappies a month.
Will offering too many university places which don't depend on A-level grades drive down standards?
Two students given unconditional offers by universities explain what it meant to them.
Blogger Mamalina gives five tips on reducing your plastic dependence if you have young children.
One woman, whose son was killed in Zante, said she did not know the cause of death for three months.
We ask three women about the challenges of being a working mum.
A union wants the funding council to look at the appointment of Robert Gordon University's new principal.