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The proposed pay rise of 5% will mean starting salaries for teachers will be £28,866 a year.
Fifteen councils have still to set funding rates for free childcare places for the new school year
One mother says she was told that having a baby was putting her family at a disadvantage.
Prospective Glasgow University students have been told they are no longer guaranteed a place to stay.
Councils across the country are sending vulnerable young people to children's homes in Blackpool. The approach is raising concerns.
Rochdale Council is "pandering to bullies" by postponing drag queen reading events, a councillor says.
Young people like 18-year-old Eloise says it could be another year before they pass their test.
Demand for the 'Back to School Bank', which helps parents in need, has almost tripled since 2018.
Ministers say they want to provide support as prices rises, but analysts say it won't help students.
Wheelchair user Naomi Stenning has been campaigning at King's College London for two years to improve access to buildings.
About 138,000 students are finding out how they did in National 5, Higher and Advanced Higher exams.
Five students have died since March, with one confirmed and four others suspected of being suicide.
One speech and language expert says referrals have increased since the Covid pandemic.
Chelsea Mooney was 17 when she died in a Camhs unit last year, following a self-harm incident.
Students are waiting to find out their National 5, Higher and Advanced Higher exam results.
The children's commissioner says she is concerned by data on incidents involving police in London.
Vouchers are being cut in value or scrapped altogether across England, BBC News research reveals.
Children's commissioner says it is time for the NI Assembly to take action to tackle rising costs.
A mother who lost her baby after having Covid-19 while pregnant urges mums-to-be to get vaccinated.
The Bristol students spent time uncovering the city's diverse wildlife.