The government has been asked to open an independent investigation into thousands of complaints of sexual abuse in schools.
Here's what you need to know about history.
Where did the story come from?
Thousands of reports have been posted on Everybody's Invited website, where young women and girls can anonymously share their experiences of misogyny, harassment, abuse and assault over the past week.
Many of the stories mentioned schools in which abuse allegedly took place or in which the attacker participated.
While not all of the testimonials posted on the site are related to school or university, some posts have described alleged incidents in families or on the street, but many have been urged to share experiences of abuse in education after alleging it was in a number of cases a "culture of rape" exist in independent schools across the country.
Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has described the allegations as "shocking and hideous".
What is everyone invited?
Everybody's Invited was set up last year as a place where victims, mostly in schools, are asked to record their experiences of sexual assault and abuse.
It includes reports ranging from college-age students to students aged nine and over.
They range from reports of drugs and rape at parties to explicit pictures being shared.
Soma Sara, who founded the website, said a "rape culture" is "endemic" to the education system.
Students can also report crimes directly to the city police on this website.
Calls for a request
Labor has called for "swift and decisive action" and an independent investigation.
In a letter to Mr. Williamson, Shadow Education Secretary Kate Green and Shadow Secretary for Domestic Violence and Protection Jess Phillips urged the government to develop a national strategy to address the problem.
"Rapid and decisive action is needed to ensure that the education system is safe for every young person and that sexist or misogynist attitudes towards women and girls are eradicated early on," they said.
Ms. Green said: "It is extremely worrying to see these reports of sexual harassment and abuse throughout the education system.
"Ministers have failed young people with their dangerous and irresponsible resistance to calls for a strategy to combat sexism and sexual harassment in the education system."
Ms. Phillips added: "The government has known the levels of sexual harassment and abuse in schools, colleges and universities for years and has done nowhere near enough to address this endemic problem.
"Every student has the right to an education that is free from sexual violence or harassment."
Additional reporting by agencies