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- GCSEs and A-levels: Are pupils ready to take exams once more?
As the first exams since 2019 begin, four students reflect on learning in the time of coronavirus.
- Natasha Abrahart suicide: University discriminated against student
A judge rules the University of Bristol failed to make adjustments for her social anxiety disorder.
- Women awarded damages over Japan exam discrimination
Juntendo University in Tokyo set stricter requirements for female medical students in entrance exams…
- Natasha Abrahart suicide: Parents call for universities to change
The family of Natasha Abrahart is taking civil action against the University of Bristol.
- Girls see physics as for white men only, MPs told
"If you are black or a woman, you don't see yourself fitting in," a leading female physicist says.
- New sex education programme for Catholic primaries
It covers topics like same-sex attraction, puberty and conception but not contraception.
- 'I searched for my sister for 30 years, but Covid took her from me'
As a child Steve Ellis uncovered a family secret, 60 years later it led to an unexpected friendship.
- GCSE and A-level exams 2022: What you need to know
For the first time since Covid, students are sitting exams across the UK - so what has changed?
- Ukraine: The children's camp that became an execution ground
The BBC's Sarah Rainsford investigates the killing of civilians in a summer camp in Bucha, Ukraine.
- Stillbirth: 'Finding my baby’s grave gave me comfort'
Lilian spent six decades not knowing where her son was buried and thought he had been "thrown away".
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The wildlife expert says he's been wowed by how much people are doing to tackle plastic in the ocean…