Royal Society president to call for independent review of post-16 education

"To prepare people for this future, we need a much more flexible education system" Prof Sir Venki Ramakrishnan is expected to tell the the Royal Society Business Forum

Selective Schools expansion fund: 2019 applications open

The Department for Education has announced the second round of the Selective Schools Expansion Fund, which provides funds for grammar schools to create additional places if they can demonstrate how they will attract more disadvantaged pupils

Education Select Committee chairman calls for GCSEs to be scrapped

Radical overhaul of education system needed, says Harlow MP Robert Halfon

DfE data confirms girls less likely to take STEM subject at A level

Certain misconceptions 'still prevalent' says Schools Minister

Glasses for Classes programme to be trialled in Yorkshire

Developed by the University of Leeds and the Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, the programme will see test results shared with schools as well as parents.

Training providers raise concerns over DfE recuitment strategy

Pressure to accept a higher proportion of those interviewed "not the solution" says NASBTT chief

MPs to debate 10am start for secondary schools

An online petition, which attracted more than 176,000 signatures, will be debated in Parliament on Monday 11 February.

28 Academies asked to justify salaries over £100K

Lord Agnew calls on the chairs to work with the Government on the “divisive issue” of high pay,

Children's Commissioner calls for compulsory home education register

Anne Longfield: "The numbers of children being home schooled are rocketing and no-one knows how they are doing academically or even if they’re safe"

Nationwide mental health trials set to recruit more schools

The study will run until 2021 and aims to give schools new evidence about what works best for students’ mental health.

Twenty-nine primary schools located next to some of London’s most polluted roads will receive funding for green infrastructure in playgrounds

£17,500 worth of prize money is available to students, teachers or early stage start ups that offer an innovative edtech solution to change the face of education.

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