MPs have criticised the government for failing to address inadequacies in careers guidance for young people.

The requirement for schools to keep a record of pupils’ nationalities has been condemned for having ‘all the hallmarks of racism’ by Liberal Democrat Education Spokesperson Lord Storey.

72 per cent of the public are opposed to religious selection in schools, according to a new survey conducted by the British Humanist Association (BHA).

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

Ofsted Chief Inspector Michael Wilshaw has once again spoken out against proposals to open new grammar schools, warning they could potentially harm nearby schools.

Author and journalist Toby Young has been named the new director of New Schools Network (NSN), the government backed charity to support and promote

Labour MP Lucy Powell has criticised London’s grammar schools for educating a ‘shamefully low’ number of pupils from poor backgrounds.

School league tables should include a measure of well-being, according to university head Sir Anthony Seldon.

113 academy trusts operating in England have run up debts of almost £25 million, according to figures obtained by the BBC.

Education Secretary Justine Greening has defended the government’s proposals to reintroduce grammar schools, saying it will 'absolutely not' mean a

British soul singer and former music supply teacher Laura Mvula has spoken out against cuts to creative subjects in schools, warning that it is limiting opportunities for poorer pupils and will leave music a preserve of the 'privileged few who can afford private lessons'.

Theresa May is right to focus on helping the poorest pupils in English schools but has the ‘wrong tools’ to get the job done, according to the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT).

Ruth Davison, leader of the Scottish Conservatives, has said she won’t support lifting the ban on opening new grammar schools in Scotland.

The Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL) has warned that plans to lift the ban on opening new grammar schools in England ‘may improve social mobility for a very small number of disadvantaged children, but not for the vast majority’.

Eight unions/education organisations have jointly signed a letter voicing opposition to the government’s grammar school plans.

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