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Brexit may be driving many to distraction - but it is boom time for university politics departments.
The biggest primary school academy trust is setting up food banks in its schools to feed families.
Ex-students say they are "staggered" the academic has been readmitted to Trinity Hall.
Figures reveal an 807% increase in the number of known child victims of modern slavery.
Nadia Ali calls the pupils "happy learners" and denies the school, in south London, is breaking the law.
Knives, swords and machetes are among the weapons taken into school, police figures show.
Two-fifths of 11- to 16-year-olds have gambled in the past year, research suggests.
The "imam from Batley" took part in a Birmingham protest despite not being invited, a court is told.
A head teacher says the ban detracted from pupils' education - but other schools take a different view.
Young people are often trapped by a lack of knowledge about job options, a report says.
Home educating is often a last resort for parents whose children have had problems at school, Ofsted says.
More than twice as many children in England are waiting to be adopted as there are families willing to adopt.
The Royal National College for the Blind says special-needs funding cuts are threatening its future.
An exhibition marks the long struggle for women to get degrees from Cambridge University.
As Cambridge University says its seen a Stormzy effect, we speak to black students about their experiences there.
Parents whose children have left home question why no-one told them it would hurt so much.
Parenting classes should be offered on a wider scale to help families develop strong bonds, says study.
It's your first term at university, but you have a boyfriend or girlfriend from home. Is it the end?
One school's experience of the London climate change strikes.
Getting work experience can be one of the most valuable aspects of being at college.
Independent-school leaders hit back at Labour's plans to ban fee-paying schools.
Lottie could not afford rent and food after the Student Loans Company took back her overpayment.
Jack Grange was diagnosed with ADHD and anxiety after being excluded from school.
Lucinda Graham, who experienced various mental health issues, wants others to speak out and seek help.
The Coram family live on a deprived estate in Penzance and say low wages make daily life a struggle.
Going on foot, by bike or by car? Three Sheffield families took part in a test to find out.
What happens behind closed doors at some of West Africa’s most prestigious universities.