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There are now more than 240 international campuses as universities take their brands to a global market.
Exam boards say schools affected by the Manchester attack can decide whether to hold GCSE and A-level exams.
The two-year study involved 650 pupils in 10 primary and nursery schools.
The app links qualified tutors to students in their area and within their budget.
Germany changes a "difficult" school English exam, said to include Prince Harry "mumbling".
Labour says students starting university in England this autumn would not pay fees.
Make science and research a priority in Brexit talks, says Russell Group.
Theresa May's plan to axe free school meals is a disgrace, says TV chef Jamie Oliver.
Parents are receiving letters from school asking them to tackle prospective politicians over funding cuts.
Classic badges likely to be replaced by new ones, including Upcycling and Vlogging.
Conservatives promise an extra £1bn per year for schools from scrapping free meals for all infants.
They would also reintroduce maintenance grants, but stop short of scrapping tuition fees in England.
School governors in West Sussex are staging a first "strike" over worries about funding.
A mother of three answers her children's questions about the tragic events in Manchester.
A mum explains she thinks mothers should teach their children to vote.
Prince William reunites with the child interviewer who forgot his name - does he still remember her slip-up?
Stormzy has donated £9,000 to a student's crowdfunding campaign
Nuriye Gulmen and Semih Ozakca have been on hunger strike for the last two months to protest against their dismissal by the government.
Strength, balance and movement exercises help teenagers avoid injury, a study says.
Highgate School is considering introducing gender neutral "mix-and-match" uniforms.
Apple is expanding its European academy to find the next generation of coding and app creators.
Can academics really base studies on their own experience? Or is this intellectual narcissism?
The Green Party has pledged to write off all existing debt as well as scrapping tuition fees.
Schools say abolition of free school meals for the youngest pupils will come at a cost.
If the US moves towards a voucher system, what does the OECD say about the possible consequences?
Fresh from his debut headline performance at London's Royal Albert Hall, Michael Kiwanuka offers advice to teenage musicians.
What is it like to run a school where most of the pupils are from traveller families?
The Labour party is keeping us guessing about whether it would get rid of tuition fees for university students in England.
The students in the picture want to inspire young black people to apply to the top university.
Survivors say the pain of bereavement can easily push people into mental illness without proper support.
Parents of disabled children are often positive about the situation - but one mother says her children's autism has left her with "dark thoughts".
The Education Secretary wants to get children from 'ordinary working families' into grammar schools.
As teacher unions meet for their conferences, parents and delegates express concern over school budgets.
Chris Ulmer is a former teacher who travels the world giving a voice to children with disabilities.