News website's Education and Family section
We're making a change to the Education page on the BBC News website - this week, it will become "Education and Family".
That's because we'd like to be able to feature a wider range of stories linked to education on this page along with our general education coverage. Examples include news about parenting, about issues affecting elderly people, young people's lives, child development, social trends and family life.
Of course, these areas are already covered by BBC News - the specialist news correspondents who report on education for the BBC also cover family and social policy - but on the website, these stories have not, up to now, had a common home. By broadening the remit of the Education page to include them, we hope we'll make such pieces easier to find for those who are interested in them.
We'll still be covering all the education news we do now - from stories about the very young, through to college and university students and adults returning to learning. And we'll continue to look at how policy affects all these areas. We'll also continue to make it easy for you to find out about the performance of your primary or secondary school.
I hope you approve of the changes - please do let me and the Education and Family reporting team know what you think.
Steve Herrmann is editor of the BBC News website.