Theresa May tells Commonwealth leaders children should spend at least 12 years in education.
A tutor in Singapore admits helping Chinese students cheat in their exams, using Bluetooth devices.
Planned changes to staff pensions led to 14 days of strike action at 64 universities in February and March.
Peter Horrocks says the university faces an "unprecedented" challenge as he announces his resignation.
Study says 40% of apprenticeship standards do not meet traditional on-the-job training definition.
Researchers warn of suicide rates among students rising above the rest of their age group.
The Harry Potter author is running an international campaign to stop children being isolated in poor-quality institutions.
Ministers ask for views on whether parents should have to register if they home-school their children.
Privacy campaigners say schools in England will no longer have to gather nationality data on pupils.
The site is accused of violating child protection laws by a coalition of 23 consumer groups.
The Scottish Conservatives said the increase in Scotland demonstrated a problem with classroom discipline.
New research into how children and families will be affected by changes to free school meals has been published
How a higher threshold for tuition fee loan repayments could save English and Welsh graduates cash.
Teachers are becoming a powerful political lobby thanks to "big data" and social media campaigns.
More than 5,500 pupils used the £700,000 fund to get new uniforms last year.
More than a quarter of pupils starting primary school in north Wales are overweight or obese.