A global study warns of rising levels of discontent with democracy, particularly in the UK and US.
The admissions gap between wealthier and poorer students should half in five years, a watchdog says.
Wales becomes the second part of the UK to ban parents from smacking their children.
Students' personal details, including information on health problems, were sent to 298 people.
A new course should be bought in, focusing on "the maths needed for everyday life and work", a charity says.
It will be the first complete reform to the curriculum in Wales in more than 30 years.
Barry Smith banned slouching, talking in corridors and toilet breaks for pupils.
Schools are told to watch out for prejudice towards Chinese pupils because of the coronavirus.
A study suggests girls are more than twice as likely as boys to pass a GCSE in a foreign language.
How a 17-year-old girl got out of foster care and found a permanent home with a loving family.
Top artist Mark Wallinger has become a school's artist-in-residence to fight for more creativity.
Hospitals in Scotland do not agree on whether partners are abusing facilities or need to be provided for.
Bereavement leave for parents came too late for Ian Bainbridge, whose son was stillborn five years ago.
Nurseries say they cannot afford to run their services because the government has failed to properly fund its free childcare policy.
Women who report violent sexual assaults at university say the perpetrators are getting away with it.
A primary school pupil felt unwelcome in his school when friends called him racist names.
Dan Rainsford and Sam Chatterley set up a group so other stay-at-home fathers don't feel alone.
The ambulance service, available in the Republic of Ireland, is hoping to expand to NI.