The leader of Plymouth City Council has urged fellow councillors to vote for the council's updated Plan for Libraries.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has launched the search for the first-ever London Borough of Culture, inviting 32 boroughs to bid for cultural funding.
A number of senior politicians have called for the voting age to be lowered to 16 after the surge in the youth vote at the General Election.
The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services are unable to adequately support young people who need specialist support.
Birmingham City Council has launched a consultation on a new system for providing early years services for children and families in the city.
New figures have revealed that more than a quarter of children in care in Wales were placed in new homes outside of their county.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has pledged support for UK public services, attacking Tory education and health policy.
Belfast City Council has asked the public to share their thoughts on how best to incorporate Irish, Ulster-Scots and other minority languages into its daily business.
Isle of Wight councillors have agreed to push forward with plans to oust Academies Enterprise Trust (AET) from managing schools on the Isle of Wight.
All of the primary schools in Somerset are to take part in the NCMP this year, in a bid to reduce childhood obesity.
The National Day Nurseries Association (NDNA) has called on all political parties to invest in childcare and simplify early years funding with a radical Childcare Passport proposal.
Analysis by the Electoral Reform Society (ERS) has concluded that young people are facing a ‘voter registration time bomb’, after figures showed the number of school leavers on the electoral roll has dropped by more than a quarter in three years.
A report compiled by Education Datalab has warned that the odds are stacked against children from disadvantaged backgrounds who apply for grammar schools in Kent.
The Health and Education Committees has published a report warning that financial pressures are restricting the provision of mental health services in schools and colleges.
The Public Accounts Committee has revealed that efforts to meet targets for new free schools does not represent the best use of limited funds.
Sue Robb of 4Children talks to Julie Laughton and Alison Britton from the Department for Education about the role of childminders in delivering the 30 hours free entitlement.
In recent years the UK Government has made efforts to modernise how it works.
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