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Will more schools need to close? Why is this happening? Our experts on what you need to know.
Concrete safety fears mean more than 100 schools in England have to change plans before term starts.
The government is not publishing a list of which schools are affected, but this is what we know.
Moving to big school is nerve-wracking, but 11-year-old Beatrice says visiting beforehand helps.
Ukrainians defy Russian air strikes and occupation to start the new school term.
A type of concrete now long past its usual lifespan has been found at two primaries in Bradford.
Mike Amesbury, who was behind new legislation around school uniform costs, says it is being ignored.
The charity behind a summer pop-up shop says sales have doubled as parents' finances are stretched.
As food prices soar, people at this cooking class are being taught to make meals on a budget.
One 13-year-old from Birmingham describes how he was targeted by a drugs gang after being excluded.
A charity warns the number of new purpose-built rooms is tumbling, despite student numbers growing.
Anne Blowers, who works at Suffolk New College, wants to go on to complete a master's degree.
The country is looking at ways tackle the housing affordability crisis, including capping student visas.
England's exams watchdog said this year was about returning to normal - but it's not quite there.
Sheffield primary school pupil Harry Clark says he found the exam "relatively easy".
The pass rate is send to be much closer to 2019 levels, with the steepest fall in England.
Young people say the cost of living crisis is shaping their decisions about higher education.
There has been a sharp rise in people in their 20s and 30s claiming disability benefits, a think tank says.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer says the current system for students is "unfair and ineffective".
Eton College and Star Academies say the three colleges have the "potential to be transformative".