9 March 2015
When people argue about free schools, they're often not really arguing about free schools, but what they think they will become.
Schools must ensure blameless members of staff do not have their careers wrecked by false allegations, a union's annual conference will hear.
Labour pledges an education bill on vocational training and apprenticeships in its first hundred days if it takes power after the election
The ATL teachers' conference has heard calls for schools to publish details of their pay structure, with warnings of excessive pay rises for top staff.
Parents hardly ever spot obesity in their children resulting in damaging consequences for health, doctors warn.
Head teachers in Cheshire warn parents they will report them to the authorities if they allow their children to play computer games rated for over-18s.
Should parents ever worry about Minecraft?
What is the point of the Large Hadron Collider?
Young jobseekers 'cautious and pessimistic'
Tensions remain six months after Mexico students vanished
Branwen Jeffreys on a campaign to let children learn to think
Academies may not be better at school improvement
BBC Three examines the aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris
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