Teachers’ salaries are being ‘outstripped by inflation and pay rises in the private sector’, which is contributing to recruitment issues is the sector, the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL) has warned.

The government has announced a £12.1 million funding package to support the teaching of science in English schools.

Devon is reportedly facing a funding shortfall of £4.5 million in the ‘high needs’ education budget, which supports children with special needs, according to a report from the BBC.

Education Secretary Justine Greening has visited Blackpool as part of her ‘opportunity area’ tour.

Councils in England have paid out over £10 million in compensation claims related to asbestos in schools, figures show.

Teachers are demanding that the Bright Trust academy chain relinquishes control of Whitehaven academy due to concerns over financial mismanagement.

Chancellor of the Exchequer Phillip Hammond has officially announced additional investment support the expansion of grammar schools.

Councils are calling on the government to reverse the proposed £600 million reduction to the Education Services Grant.

Head teachers in Oxford have warned that schools in the area could be forced to cut staff and drop subjects due to a lack of funding.

Neil Carmichael, chair of the Education Select Committee, has challenged the Department for Education (DfE) to improve the financial management of academies.

A financial notice to improve has been issued to the Giles Academy Trust after it purchased an area of land without seeking advance approval from the government.

A leaked document from the Department for Education (DfE) has revealed the government has ‘extreme’ concerns over the financial management of the Wakefield City Academies Trust.

A new interactive map has been launched by the National Union of teachers (NUT) and the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL) to highlight the effects of proposed changes to school funding.

An investigation carried out by ourcity.london has revealed that Primary head Sir Craig Tunstall earns almost £375,000.

Control over teachers' pay and conditions could be devolved in Wales, Welsh Secretary Alun Cairns has announced.

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