Campaigners hope the outcome of review into the pre-2000 ban will entitle them to compensation.
Six universities sign a ministerial pledge to stop using non-disclosure orders to silence complaints.
The Exeter University lecturer told a tribunal her "naturally loud" voice led to her dismissal.
Hundreds of Scots with learning disabilities have to live far away from their families, a charity says.
A leading charity says soaring energy costs could plunge more families into "very deep poverty".
It's not just mental health professionals who have to spot self-harm, updated health guidance says.
Essex has the largest number of teacher vacancies in the East of England, according to the TES.
Leonardo has "the type of mind Nasa employs" after passing the exam seven years early.
The impact of staff shortages caused by Covid have made it hard for the early years settings to operate.
Data on England's schools shows a rise in Covid-related teacher absence.
University students and staff will help deliver a Samaritans chat forum.
Education leaders in Cumbria say the 7,000 devices promised by the government may not be enough.
Classroom windows are open this winter in line with Covid advice to keep England's schools ventilated.
The campus in Milton Keynes lost out on government funding meaning it cannot be built yet.
David Clancy says naming his business after the playground jibe "was the right thing to do".
The DUP says the cost of fitting the systems in classrooms would be "significant".
Some pupils are not complying with the new advice, and there are worries about vulnerable students.
A teaching union in Wales says any decisions over exams should not be taken at the last minute.
Pupils across the UK are heading back to class amid fears of staff shortages and remote learning.
Schools in areas of high crime in the West Midlands are taking part in a Home Office-backed scheme.
The move aims to address concerns about schools remaining open for face-to-face learning this coming term.
The Plymouth Night Patrol is acting as a "buffer" between the public and the emergency services.
Staff and ex-pupils are among those remembering Ysgol Abersoch as children leave for the last time.
Baby Ethan was born 13 weeks early and has so far spent his life on a Wolverhampton neonatal ward.
Retired staff are being asked to go back because more Covid-related absences are expected next term.
Students say the new Omicron variant is making them extra-cautious as they go home for Christmas.
Anyone testing positive now will be self-isolating on 25 December.
The festive lunch at Steyning Grammar School was compared to prison food on social media.
Parents should also talk to children as young as eight about sexting, says panel of young people.
Some children are being asked to take laptops home with them before Christmas in case of closures.
Women who are first in their family to go to university earn significantly less, research suggests.
Ridwan is one of more than a million children without enough space at home.
International students speak of being forced to stay in the UK for Christmas.
Jack Simm sued his landlord after saying his accommodation was like a "building site".
Head teachers warn some schools are struggling to stay open due to high Covid rates.
An inquiry is launched following recent reports of women being spiked by injection on nights out.
A student who was stalked says she was left terrified because her university failed to act swiftly.
Requests for hardship funds doubled in 25% of English universities in the second and third lockdowns.
Civil servant confirms there was a party at Department for Education offices last December amid lockdown.
Ellen Newall says she has been left feeling terrified after being spiked on a night out in Norwich.