There's been a fall in A* to C grades at GCSE as thousands of students from across the region pick up their results.
Nationally the pass rate has declined sharply following government reforms which forced many teenagers to re-sit exams in English and maths.
However, some schools in the East have bucked the national trend and recorded some of their best results.
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The University of East Anglia has been ranked third in the country for student satisfaction- ahead of Cambridge and Oxford.
It scored 91% on a National Student Survey and is the only English mainstream university to achieve a top-five ranking every year since 2005.
Individual subjects at the UEA were also highly rated. History, Molecular Biology, Biophysics and Biochemistry all achieved first place positions.
The University of Essex were also in the running - ranked 8th nationally.
Suffolk has officially launched its own independent university.
Before now, University Campus Suffolk was affiliated to the University of Essex and UEA. It couldn't award its own degrees or shape its own academic programme.
Suffolk was one of only four counties in the country not to have its own university but that has now changed with the launch of the new University of Suffolk in Ipswich.
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The official launch of the new University of Suffolk takes place today after it became fully independent back in May.
Up until now it was known as the University Campus Suffolk. But from today it is the University of Suffolk.
It was previously part of the UEA and the University of Essex. It will now get funding straight from the Government and be able to award its own degrees.
The Vice Chancellor Richard Lister will be joined by MP Ben Gummer to set out its plans for the future.