BBC News - Family & Education
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Lottie could not afford rent and food after the Student Loans Company took back her overpayment.
Schools lost £2m when Wakefield City Academies Trust collapsed at the start of a new term.
Millions are in unaffordable or unsuitable homes, research for the National Housing Federation says.
Students starting university are told of the potentially fatal dangers of excessive drinking.
Party members vote to commit to integrate private schools into the state sector.
Independent review suggests new ideas to "re-ignite" England's protected landscapes.
Ceara Thacker "fell through the cracks" between services before killing herself, her parents say.
One school's experience of the London climate change strikes.
Stella Mbubaegbu's spending is said to have included first-class flights and luxury headphones.
Children's commissioner says there has been a "shameful" rise in teenagers without qualifications.
Schoolchildren and workers are preparing for a walk-out to call for more action on climate change.
Dame Louise Casey says the government has put protests in Birmingham in the "all-too-difficult box".
"Vulnerable" people are being fined over claims for free treatment at dentists and doctors, say MPs.
While the number of children with tooth decay is falling, dentists say parents need more help.
The council says there are already 175 non-school days a year and it advises parents to be "pushy".
Fourteen-year-old Kai wants to go to classes but has only attended about 15 days since January.
Financial experts say schools are receiving a big funding boost - but only back to levels of a decade ago.
Research suggests Russell Group graduates are more likely to walk straight into a job.
Reducing teachers' hours in England is likely to be difficult and may require "radical action", says study.
The historic private school is to teach A-levels over the internet for £15,000 per year.