Rachael Campey's daughter Lily-Rose watches her mum collect a degree at a ceremony in Leeds.
The student's former girlfriend says she is scared because she was not expecting him to come back.
Significant inequalities remain in the areas of family affluence, gender and race, Sport England says.
The party promises to recruit nearly 20,000 extra teachers in England over five years if it wins power.
Colleen Bernard has been caring for her brother Stephen for three years.
Grades for poorer pupils fell by just over a quarter of a grade across nine subjects compared to their peers - study.
The programme is open to disadvantaged black British students and will be funded by a US entrepreneur.
Smaller rural schools should consider integrating to ensure their futures, suggests newly published research.
Harwich and Dovercourt High School is focused on the benefits that reading books outside the classroom can bring.
The UK moves upwards in global school league tables - but with low levels of life satisfaction.
The Baltic nation is one of the top performers in global education tests, but how does that process begin?
Two state-funded schools are accused of pressurising parents to take their children out of lessons.
A population boom and a spending squeeze has changed the way we spend money on schools.
Fifteen-year-old Cheikh Bamba Diaby got into robotics after he had to unblock his sister's mobile phone.
Boris Johnson wants to strengthen the education watchdog but opposition parties want a new body.
Psychiatrists warn a quarter of young people have addictive behaviour towards their smartphones.
Staff at Perins School in Hampshire hope it will help pupils who are being bullied themselves.
Councillors in Glasgow voted unanimously to allow boys to study at Notre Dame High School from 2021.
Admissions service, Ucas, says 49% of 18-year-olds were accepted with lower grades than those advertised.
A bad dream during the night may help you to control fear when awake, say researchers.