New LGBT students share their hopes and concerns as analysis reveals the extra challenges they face.
Tenants are being evicted due to rent arrears built up during the pandemic, an investigation finds.
BBC stars and staff invite teenagers to share their stories to help recover from the pandemic.
Pupils will learn how social media can make an impact, by studying the player's campaign work.
The higher education regulator says students must have a say on how much of their teaching is online.
An international report suggests students will expect in-person teaching for high tuition fees.
Gavin Williamson's departure as education secretary is welcomed by a teacher's union.
Cases of crippling school anxiety preventing attendance are spiralling, support groups say.
Schools receive letters threatening legal action if they take an active part in England's Covid vaccination programme.
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If it goes ahead, the campus in Waltham Forest in north-east London could open by 2023.
Many teachers do not know enough about the Holocaust to combat myths and falsehoods, a study suggests.
More than 400 students sign a petition demanding in-person teaching at Hertfordshire University.
Education Secretary Gavin Williamson says students should be able to return to face-to-face classes.
Teachers from Liverpool and Sevenoaks are in the last 50 in the hunt for the world's best teacher.
Funding has to rise so all pupils can be supported to learn, the National Association of Head Teachers says.
More UK students have accepted uni places this year but EU student numbers fall sharply.
New Welsh government rules are expected to be adopted by schools by 20 September at the latest.
Students across the UK are returning to school after the summer break and and a year disrupted by Covid.
Schools open their classrooms to millions of pupils in England and Wales with hopes and fears.
The new academic year begins, with 350,000 children and young people going back to classrooms.
Schools, colleges and universities in Wales are promised air monitors and ozone disinfecting machines.
Money to support young people is much lower in rural areas than urban and half what it was a decade ago.
The government launches a media campaign to persuade parents it is safe for pupils to return to school.
As the first schools in England start back, the BBC asks if this is a return to normal.
Schools in England are to be given CO2 monitors to as part of plans to limit the spread of Covid.
Students due to spend a year in Spain as part of their degree are hit with post-Brexit visa delays.
The IFS says England's colleges and sixth forms need extra funds to keep pace with student numbers.
Some families are struggling to get vaccines for vulnerable teens, nearly a month after they became eligible.
The project, which includes 30 schools in Bradford, will look at air quality and pupil absences.
Teenagers will receive their GCSE results on 12 August.
Teachers are deciding pupils' grades again this year
Twin brothers from east London gain places at Oxford and Cambridge after achieving top A-level grades.
For the second year running, pupils in England, Wales and Northern Ireland have not taken the exams.
It's been a stressful few months for the thousands of young people waiting for their exam results.
A university hopes to boost Covid jab take-up among students by offering £5,000 cash prizes.
"It's still a good year for clearing," says the admissions service boss, ahead of results day next week.
Social mobility campaigner Sir Peter Lampl worries about the lack of fair opportunity for young people.
Results could see very high grades this year, which could put pressure on some university courses.
Ministers are no longer considering making two doses mandatory for students in England, the BBC learns.