Students and staff at two universities share the struggles being faced by young people.
A report finds boarding school bosses gave £400,000 of work to family and business partners.
Mikail Ranjit says he did not receive the education he had paid for due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A union says a minority of pupils at an Aberdeen school are to blame but not enough is being done.
The Social Mobility Foundation says poorer students have bigger worries about finances.
Durham University undergraduates had been queuing overnight to try and secured a home for next year.
Equality and Human Rights Commission issues guidance to combat "potentially discriminatory policy".
A dad says insisting his sons fully explain their financial demands builds their self-confidence.
The teacher disagreed with the school's policy for supporting transgender children.
A plan to give all pupils in Wales a week at an outdoor education centre is welcomed by children.
A mother whose son was physically restrained at a special school says it has left him traumatised.
The NUS says more and more students are struggling to pay for food as rent and bills go up.
Lecturers, librarians and admin staff across the UK vote to take action over pay and pensions.
Lee Humphreys spends his weekends frying fish in the chippie he and and his wife run.
Flora's condition, ARFID, means she avoids almost all food apart from plain pasta, butter and bread.
Measures from the University of Warwick include financial packages for students and staff alike.
Pressure builds on the government as a campaign to expand eligibility for free school meals grows.
There is no justification for families having to buy "more expensive" items, the authority argues.
Accommodation issues mean more than 120 students have been placed in halls across the border.
The council deadline for help is 20 weeks but the twins' mother applied more than 40 weeks ago.
The head of seven primary schools says worries over energy and staff costs "keep me awake at night".
Two unions will run formal ballots to ask their members to vote on industrial action over pay.
"You know everyone in Aber by the time you leave," one student says of Aberystwyth University.
A judge describes Tom Singleton as a "dangerous" man who showed "an abuse of trust".
Pupils say they have seen an increase in bad behaviour in schools post-Covid as support is offered.
Eye-gaze software aids pupils with learning disabilities to take part in first children's survey.
The government is facing calls to extend free school meals to more children in England.
From Merry-Go-Round to Look and Read, we look back at a century of BBC educational programming.
The celebrity chef says all children in households on universal credit should get free school meals.
It has led to calls for better access with some saying extra-curricular sport can be too expensive.
One firm tells BBC Scotland it was being inundated with people crying, unable to find somewhere to live.
Five children are injured and a road is closed as a coach full of grammar school pupils crashes.
The university is reviewing the deaths of six students since March.
Radio presenter Summaya Mughal says cultural barriers stopped her learning to swim as a child.
The Education Select Committee chair raises concerns over the number of pupils absent from schools.
An IT issue stopped University of Exeter following up on student welfare calls, an inquest hears.
Staff have helped pay for electricity, trainers and a bed for families struggling with rising bills.
Young carers, performers and activists are amongst those recognised by the awards.
The common transfer test is the biggest change to the post-primary transfer system since 2008.
More people identify as bisexual than gay or lesbian, says a study from the LGBT charity, Stonewall.