Measures will ensure learning in England is not "knocked off course", the education secretary says.
Norfolk County Council left the boy with no suitable education for seven months.
BBC newsreader Kate Silverton warns of the damage the pandemic is doing to children's mental health.
Inspectors are "very disappointed" at how Cardiff's youth offending service is being run.
Universities minister attacks universities for recruiting students for low value courses in England.
Families of children with special educational needs tell MPs support "fell off a cliff" in lockdown.
Young people's eating habits have meant more snacks but also more shared meals, say researchers.
Students will be able to sit a "full suite" of exams in the autumn if they don't like their summer grades.
Harris Federation questions if it is possible to maintain a broad range of subjects after lockdown.
Apprenticeships must be "front and centre" of training plans, says chair of education select committee.
Leicester's schools will be closed from Thursday as the city tackles a spike in Covid-19 cases.
The life chances of children and young people risk being derailed over Covid-19, warn 146 charities.
Whole school years will be in separate "bubbles" when pupils go back in September, say leaked plans.
Parents could be fined if children miss school in the autumn - but heads reject this approach.
Parents describe the exhaustion of caring for an adult daughter with learning disabilities in the lockdown.
School closures hit young carers hard, with a lack of routine increasing pressure at home, says study.
Train staff, including drivers, volunteer in the lockdown to help schools teach French online.
Three women share what it is like to witness a parent die - and then lose the other when a step-parent arrives on the scene.
The lockdown gardening boom has become a phenomenon but how do you join if you don't have a garden?
Unpaid carers looking after their parents and relatives are turning to food banks, say researchers.