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BBC News - Education
Hundreds of primary schools in England fail to hit tougher literacy and numeracy targets brought in this year.
Controversial guidance on voluntary segregation of men and women at events at universities may need to be tested in court, says a university body.
The most vulnerable students will be hit hardest by plans to cut funding for 18-year-olds in full time education, say school and college leaders.
A school placed into special measures after Ofsted judged it as inadequate "remains in chaos", according to a new report.
Twenty secondary schools achieve the highest band rating - eight fewer than last year according to performance rankings.
Genetic influence explains almost 60% of the variation in GCSE exam results, twin studies suggest.
The latest rankings in secondary school performance in Wales are to be revealed but teaching unions are critical of the system.
National curriculum tests for 14-year-old in England's school should be reintroduced, says the chief inspector of schools Sir Michael Wilshaw.
Providing universal childcare could help more than 250,000 parents back to work, according to a report which also urges a shake-up of working-age benefits.
The number of parental child abduction cases has more than doubled in the last decade, new figures from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) suggest.