Daniel Chapman - now known as Alexander Martin - discussed child sexual fantasies with other men.
Boris Johnson at the G7 announces funding for girls' education after aid row.
The move follows "frequent" complaints skirts are "far too revealing", the head teacher says.
Academics refuse to tutor students of Oriel College, which chose to keep the controversial statue.
Children often don't see the point of reporting abuse and teachers underestimate the problem, says Ofsted.
People are swearing more often, says film ratings body. But parents want to keep on-screen limits.
Fewer offers are made to account for an expected rise in A-level results, the university says.
The education secretary praises testing in schools amid concerns that more pupils are being sent home.
Imperial College London only has 235 black students out of 10,000 and wants to double the number.
Pupils are promised catch-up tutoring in recovery plan. But heads call it a "damp squib".
Longer days? More tutors? Or stopping all the uncertainty? Pupils say what school recovery should mean.
Nancy Kelley says she is excited about its path despite claims it is taking an "extremist stance".
Former US president gives his backing to footballer and anti-poverty campaigner Marcus Rashford.
The Public Accounts Committee says children in England had "very unequal experiences" during the pandemic.
Teachers say they are not equipped to deal with peer-on-peer sexual abuse, as they have had no training.
Councils fund places at the specialist school in Hackney for pupils with autism and behavioural issues.
Staff at the University of Sheffield could be made redundant under new plans for the department.
The helpline, set up to tackle harassment in education settings, has made 65 referrals to other agencies.
Students say it is unfair their £7,500-a-year university course has mostly been taught online.
Pupils who became eligible between October 2020 and January 2021 will not now be counted until October 2021.
An independent commission says a statue of Cecil Rhodes in Oxford's High Street should be removed.
In 1960s and 70s Britain, hundreds of black children were wrongly sent to ESN schools for the "educationally subnormal".
Psychologists warn teachers' grades will be influenced by students' personality rather than ability.
A study by Cambridge University suggests physical activities help improve children's self-control.
The pandemic has changed people's attitudes to online working and learning, vice-chancellor says.
Connect has warned schools are taking "different approaches" across the country due to the pandemic.
Historian and TV presenter is paying for scholarships to widen access to classics beyond "posh" people.
The Education Policy Institute also calls for a longer school day and summer activities.
The proposed ban in England and Wales will be announced in the Queen's Speech on Tuesday.
Ministers expected to confirm face masks not needed in England's secondary classrooms from 17 May.
Dismay from parents, students and teachers as authorities say students can keep learning from home.
Hundreds of students gathered on Jesus Green for a "Caesarean Sunday" celebration.
The gap between poor pupils and their classmates is unlikely to narrow without intervention, researchers say.
A father and an Oxford student seek a High Court hearing to require age verification on porn sites.
The universities watchdog received 2,604 complaints in 2020, with £742,132 paid as compensation.
Public libraries have borne the brunt of council cuts but one town is bucking the national trend.
The NSPCC says the figures echo fears that lockdown school closures left children more vulnerable.
Most students back an assessment for students to show they "fully understand" consent, says survey.
Parents tell MPs their children were restrained unnecessarily and isolated from their families.
Face-to-face courses cannot resume on campuses in England until at least 17 May.