BBC News - Family & EducationUniversities going bust face 'restructuring'
Universities in financial danger must make changes for any rescue cash, in plans to be announced. Details...Coronavirus: 'No physical distancing' needed for school pupils
Physical distancing rules may apply to staff but not pupils when Scotland's schools reopen in August. Details...Huge rise in reports of online child abuse images
New figures show reports of child abuse images online increased by 50% during lockdown. Details...Covid fears putting off Chinese students from UK
Universities fear loss of £4bn from Chinese students cancelling courses over UK's Covid-19 death toll. Details...'No DSS' letting bans 'ruled unlawful' by court
A court rules that refusing to rent to a person because they are on housing benefit is unlawful. Details...Foreign students in US: Trump administration drops deportation plans
Foreign students had been told they were at risk if their classes moved online during the pandemic. Details...Duchess of Cambridge backs BBC's Tiny Happy People scheme to help children
The Duchess of Cambridge helps the BBC launch its new Tiny Happy People initiative to help under-fives. Details...GCSE and A-level results 'could be affected by bias'
GCSE and A-level students in England could get poor grades due to bias from teachers, say MPs Details...UK universities comply with China's internet restrictions
But universities reject that tests on online learning in China are accepting "censorship". Details...Government to scrap 50% of young to university target
Education secretary scraps England's 50% university target and pledges new technical system. Details...Cambridge University: Care-leaver graduate is college's first
Kasmira Kincaid, 25, overcame a "chaotic" home life to graduate from Corpus Christi College. Details...Cut back GCSEs and A-levels next year, say heads
Heads in England call for reduced courses or open-book exams for next year's GCSEs and A-levels. Details...How US university clubs are coping with virus
After 137 students in Seattle test positive, what problems does coronavirus pose to "Greek life"? Details...Asian Single Parents Network sees rise in demand online
The Asian Single Parents Network has moved its weekly sessions online during lockdown, doubling the attendance. Details...Coronavirus: Home-schooling has been hell, say parents
Some parents have been reduced to tears over the strain of home-schooling, say campaigners. Details...Coronavirus: Kate Silverton on her fear for children's mental health
BBC newsreader Kate Silverton warns of the damage the pandemic is doing to children's mental health. Details...Coronavirus: Snacking and family meals increase in lockdown
Young people's eating habits have meant more snacks but also more shared meals, say researchers. Details...Coronavirus: Stop childhood being disrupted - charities
The life chances of children and young people risk being derailed over Covid-19, warn 146 charities. Details...Lockdown 'resilience' of older parents of disabled
Parents describe the exhaustion of caring for an adult daughter with learning disabilities in the lockdown. Details...Furloughed Eurostar staff become French teachers
Train staff, including drivers, volunteer in the lockdown to help schools teach French online. Details...
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