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All children of working parents in England will get 30 hours of funded childcare by September 2025.
Sir Martyn Oliver says Ofsted must listen to criticism after the suicide of head teacher Ruth Perry.
Charlie Taylor says a "fundamental reorientation" of prisons is the only way to reduce reoffending.
Foreign students whose degrees were cut short by Russia's invasion are able to complete their studies.
Thousands of carers under the age of 25 will be helping family and friends over the festive period.
After typhoid ravaged a school, the head teacher decided to do something drastic.
From the Samaritans to hospital drivers, some will be fitting turkey and presents around shifts.
Ash took on extra responsibilities at the age of five after his mother had a stroke.
A professional football club and a local police force are putting on workshops for children.
Leaked document suggests lawyers warned government guidance puts schools at risk of being sued.
A row about a Palestinian flag on a child's coat escalates into a protest at the school gates.
Some councils issue hundreds of fixed penalty notices, although others did not hand out any.
Same-sex parents will have the same legal rights as mixed-sex parents if the new law is approved.
Students in England will be able to choose British Sign Language as a GCSE subject from September 2025.
South Korea's Suneung, which determines college admission, is one of the hardest exams in the world.
An Ofsted inspection had "contributed" to Ruth Perry's suicide, the head teacher's inquest found.
Transgender people's rights are often in the spotlight, leading to legal disputes and protests.
Parents should usually be told if their child wants to change gender identity at school, says new guidance.
Wendy and Steve Taylor started fostering as they didn't want their daughter to be an only child.
The government denies watering down online protections promised to bereaved families.