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Schools are asking parents to dip into to their pockets to boost their funds, a survey says.
They are taking out pay day loans to live in luxury flats instead of substandard housing, it is claimed.
Loneliness costs £6,000 per person in ill-health, says a study, with calls to end the "stigma".
Parents say 20 children have left Charter Academy over concerns about its teaching methods.
Families are starting to take transgender children out of schools over human rights, it is claimed.
The findings come from 10,000 young people's views and make worrying reading, say UK researchers.
A quarter of 18- to 30-year olds in England and Wales borrow to make ends meet, a survey suggests.
Schools must educate children about healthy relationships, say inspectors.
Young people are paying more to live in less space than previous generations, a think-tank says.
There are calls for changes to the way the lack of affordable housing is tackled in England.
RE teachers in England fear pupils who do not study the subject will be unprepared for modern life.
Key Stage 1 tests in England are to to end but nine-year-olds will sit times table tests.
Government confirms minimum per pupil funding levels but Labour says it's a real terms cut, due to inflation.
Marjorie Hodnett trained to be a teacher in 1934, little did she know she would be graduating in 2017.
A group of friends met at the Buckinghamshire school in the 1940s.
New girls are being made to wear trousers amid concerns over decency and gender identity issues.
Pakistan's "street children" get food, clothes and money to allow them to attend a unique school.
Free speech has become a university battleground. But what does the right to free expression really mean?
Adult learners in Kenya get to read their first words, after a library opens in their village.
There are still 123 million children without access to schools, says Unicef.
New Turkish school textbooks omit evolution but include the idea of "jihad" - provoking a row.