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Experts fear that for some vulnerable girls, secondary school lessons on the issue will be too late.
Why did former Love Island contestant Zara McDermott choose an apprenticeship over university?
Inspectors said materials found in the library are "actively undermining fundamental British values".
Schools and colleges urgently need billions more in funding, a committee of MPs says.
County councils are warning growing demand for special needs support could mean statutory duties may not be met.
Theresa May says "it's not fair" parents have to return to work before their baby leaves hospital.
Primary school head teachers say their pupils are repeatedly rejected for mental health support.
The children's minister says he wants to eliminate the "rogue element" of some youth accommodation.
Hip-hop lover Nicholas Uzoka was given permission to rap instead of write his final coursework.
New teacher qualifications will support those who want to progress their careers in non-leadership roles.
Feeling closer after watching a video together can be experienced by chimps as well as humans, say scientists.
Victims of domestic abuse in rural areas suffer longer and are less likely to get support, says report.
Pearson says students will only be able to rent physical books as it makes all products "digital first".
Old maps of the Moon and stars celebrate the 50th anniversary of man walking on the Moon.
Sara Khan, hired by the government to tackle extremism, says teachers should have had more support.
Liam Fox wants to train new trade negotiators. Opponents say it is a last-minute scramble.
Campaigners claim rising charges will leave disabled people unable to access social outings.
What happened when two performance artists made their children equal partners in their work.
Based on the real-life murder of Breck Bednar, the play aims to teach teenagers about online grooming.
All students are offered free train tickets to a university open day, after fears of excessive cost.