Parents are confident about children returning to school but worry about catching up, says survey.
Heads say parents are not giving consent for Covid tests for children, ahead of going back to school.
University students should be given compensation for disrupted studies, says Sir Anthony Seldon.
As home-schooling comes to an end for thousands of families across England, how are they feeling about it?
Provisional grades will be given to A-level and GCSE pupils in June, ahead of official results days.
Heads say allowing pupils to quarantine at boarding school is safer than them isolating in hotels.
The recommendation comes from the Scottish government's Covid advisory group on education.
There could be a "monumental" spike in youth unemployment without action, a report says.
Schools will be able to offer some sessions to years 7, 8 and 9 but it will not be a full return.
Trustees of the Universities Superannuation Scheme say contributions must rise steeply.
Rishi Sunak announces a temporary extension to universal credit until September as part of pandemic support.
As part of the phased return of pupils across Scotland, children in P4-P7 will also return full time.
Catching up is only part of helping pupils move forward after Covid, says education recovery tsar.
Details of student complaints about Covid's impact are released - including one award of £5,000.
International pupils should be allowed to isolate at boarding schools, parents and teachers say.
The study measured infection rates in school staff and pupils in November and December.
The Education Policy Institute says they take fewer qualifications at a lower level than more affluent peers.
Schoolchildren's household and bubble members will be offered Covid tests to take at home twice a week.
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Getting teachers to grade GCSE and A-level pupils in England will be "fair" and "durable", the PM says.
Over-40s will be first in line from mid-April after the top nine priority groups receive one dose.
As children in England return to school on Monday, parents have mixed emotions.
The pandemic is changing the jobs market. What happens to young and old trying to find work?
Students react to the news that their grades will be decided by teachers rather than exams.
The BBC speaks to pupils, staff and parents at a school as they ready for in-person learning again.
Lord Wharton is also a paid adviser to an energy firm trying to build through a university's land.
First-year photography students at the University for the Creative Arts show off their work.
The pandemic has meant most students have been unable to go to lectures - so should they get a refund?
How will young people get back on track in jobs, education, housing, mental health and socialising?
How pupils with additional educational needs are dealing with the challenges of lockdown.
All students in England can return to classrooms from 8 March, but how will Covid testing work?
Knowing which windows to open and having shorter lessons could help when children return to school.
How much do children contribute to the spread of Covid?
A massive task lies ahead for schools as they try to make up for teaching time lost during the pandemic.
"Relieved, anxious, stressed" - students speak out on learning that A-levels and GCSE are cancelled.