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Faith school push will not 'help results'
Education levels will not rise if faith schools in England take more pupils on religious grounds, a report says.
National Teaching Service dropped, government confirms
A scheme to recruit top teachers to work in deprived areas has been dropped, the government confirms.
Schools asbestos claims hit ??10m
BBC News finds councils in England have paid out ??10m due to school asbestos compensation claims.
Art history A-level saved at last minute
Art history A-level campaigners say they are "thrilled" by a last-minute decision to save it.
More than 250,000 are homeless in England - Shelter
More than a quarter of a million people in England are homeless, says housing charity Shelter.
School performance link to Brexit vote, says Ofsted boss
Poor schools contributed to a sense of being ignored revealed in the Brexit vote, says Ofsted boss.
Muslim families sending children to Catholic schools
More than 20,000 pupils in Catholic schools are Muslims, new figures have revealed.
Christmas card printing firm Schoolcardshop ceases trading
A company that converts children's artwork into Christmas cards has gone out of business.
Tax credit benefit removals criticised by MPs
A "cut first, think later" attitude plunged tax credit claimants into hardship and debt, say MPs.
Thousands of children 'missing' from education
More than 30,000 children were missing from schools for substantial periods of time in the 2014-15 academic year, figures suggest.
Young women 'shut out of jobs market' by lack of support
Too many young women are being shut out of the workplace by a lack of support, a charity says.
Senior MPs call for compulsory sex education
Five Commons select committee chairmen and women call for sex education to be a statutory subject.
New nursing apprentice role announced
Aspiring nurses can soon enrol on a new on-the-job apprenticeship role, the government says.
Singapore tops global education rankings
Northern Ireland does well at maths, but England fails to advance in global school rankings.
Many teenagers 'neglected by uninterested parents'
A charity says tens of thousands of teenagers in England are being neglected by uninterested parents.