Education & Family

What do you want to know about the schools system?

We asked you to send in your questions about the schools system for Education correspondent Sean Coughlan to look into.

We've picked out four questions and now it's over to you to tell us which one you would most like Sean to answer.

The selection period is now over

Sean will be answering the question: How come Finland has shorter days and no homework for students and yet is achieving more?

609 people chose: How come Finland has shorter days and no homework for students and yet is achieving more?

222 people chose: What evidence is there that Grammar Schools improve education outcomes and social mobility for all pupils?

164 people chose: Why is there no cohesive sex education policy that covers consent, abuse, domestic violence and what a healthy relationship looks like?

123 people chose: What effect, if any, do faith schools have on the academic success of their students compared with secular schools?

Where will I see Sean's answer?

The answer will be published on the BBC News website and will appear on this page and the education section of the site.

Why are we doing this?

We want to write stories which matter to you.

You can send us your questions about whatever interests you and BBC News will try to answer them.

Take a look at some of the other questions you've wanted us to answer:

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