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Ministers want to make sure education settings in England are safe amid fears about a new variant.
Secondary schools in England are asked to prepare to carry out initial tests on-site, as in September.
Leading academics see Paulo Freire as a symbol of "tolerance and dialogue" amid tensions on campuses.
A Nottingham city councillor suggests a shake-up of the "punitive culture" at schools in the city.
Mark Lemon, whose dad was murdered, encourages young people to write a letter to their younger self.
Mark Drakeford says radical change is needed as the academic year dates back to the 19th Century.
A new drive to get universities to help disadvantaged students via tough targets is announced.
English universities begin programmes to attract more ethnic minority students into research.
Samantha Price wants parents and teachers to keep up with the younger generation's views.
The app connects people, with similar interests, using an algorithm.
More than a hundred children are living in hotels because of a shortage of places in care homes.
The figure for England would represent a 36% rise in a decade, research for county councils says.
Parents must be allowed to buy some items from High Street shops and second-hand from next year.
Staff at 58 universities will go on strike, causing disruption for students in the run-up to Christmas.
All schools and colleges are to be inspected over next four years to judge recovery after the pandemic.
Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi says it would be "wrong to push too hard" on its timetable.
The National Union of Students called for changes, saying landlords must be held to account
Abigail Chase has helped many pupils in her career, including BBC Wales journalist Tyler Edwards.
Charities and doctors say online and school pressures mean more teens have mental health issues.
Covid has led to an increase in parenting gurus using social media to support new mums and dads.
One man's efforts running a Stalybridge food bank are helping to ensure children are not going hungry.
How are schools managing with Covid, a month into the new term?
Parents and teachers seem to agree it is the number one innovation worth keeping post-lockdown.
Brighten up your accommodation, make friends and cook nicer meals with these handy items.
Some Kenyans try to escape poverty by helping foreign students to fake their academic work.
Many Covid restrictions have been lifted for students going to university this term.
Parents have contrasting feelings as safety measures in schools are eased at the start of the new year.
It's been a stressful few months for the thousands of young people waiting for their exam results.
Teachers have decided their pupils' grades after Covid cancelled exams for a second year.
Teenagers will receive their GCSE results on 12 August.
A mother and a father reveal their shock at learning of their children's experiences of online sex.
Remote working meant the Lancaster family could live anywhere - they found their sea view in Scarborough.
Support charities say male victims of sexual assault sometimes feel their experiences don't count.
A year on from Marcus Rashford's successful campaign, what is the current situation?
Students are angry at paying full fees with so little in-person teaching, says report.
What happens if a housemate tests positive for Covid just as you were about to move out?
White pupils from low income families are falling behind "every step of the way", an education committee says.
Pupils' plans to celebrate with their friends have been hit by continuing lockdown restrictions.
When all Uganda's schools closed due to the pandemic, nine-year-old Teddy joined her mother mining for gold.
More than a quarter of a million children are absent from school in the UK because of coronavirus.
Ex-pupils caught up in the infected blood scandal decades ago are giving evidence at an inquiry.
Caitríona Lagan is a 15-year-old All-Ireland champion musician who plays five instruments.
Face coverings remain compulsory in Scottish schools, and are being reintroduced in parts of England.
New Welsh government rules are expected to be adopted by schools by 20 September at the latest.
As the first schools in England start back, the BBC asks if this is a return to normal.
With the virus surging, we re-examine the new isolation rules and ask whether schools can ask pupils to stay at home.
Schools, colleges and universities in Wales are promised air monitors and ozone disinfecting machines.
Parents are concerned that a law to make school uniforms cheaper will not be in place for September.
Social mobility campaigner Sir Peter Lampl worries about the lack of fair opportunity for young people.
With more pupils sent home from school in England, there are calls for a different approach to Covid cases.
Rapid increase in pupils out of school in England as changes expected for self-isolation rules.
All pupils in P4 will be entitled to a school meal from August, while P5s will be offered lunches by January.
England's school recovery commissioner Sir Kevan Collins quits, saying the funding "falls far short".
Boris Johnson defends £1.4bn tutoring school catch-up plan after heads left "hugely disappointed".
Face coverings will not be needed in England's secondary classrooms from 17 May, says the prime minister.
The gap between poor pupils and their classmates is unlikely to narrow without intervention, researchers say.
The second year of results after cancelled exams sees the highest level of A* and A grades at A-level.
The former school recovery tsar warns of growing educational inequality as a result of the pandemic.
A letter signed by women from 15 universities calls for a compulsory policy for sex assault claims.
Twin brothers from east London gain places at Oxford and Cambridge after achieving top A-level grades.
"It's still a good year for clearing," says the admissions service boss, ahead of results day next week.
A student petition calls it "ridiculous" as some UK universities keep lectures online for next term.
Ministers are no longer considering making two doses mandatory for students in England, the BBC learns.
Gavin Williamson says 2022 A-levels and GCSEs in England are likely to be modified for lost lessons.
The announcement comes amid criticism of the SQA over plans put in place to replace school exams this year.