Young people’s safety is being undermined by wide variation in sex and relationships education, the Sex Education Forum has warned.

Brighton College has dropped its 170 year-old gendered uniform rules to accommodate for transgender pupils.

The E-ACT academy chain is set to scrap local governing bodies in its schools across England.

The role of regional schools commissioners (RSCs) is unclear and in need of clarification, according to a report from the Education Select Committee.

Teach First has launched a new recruitment advert aimed at recruiting potential career-changers to challenging schools.

Education Secretary Nicky Morgan has launched an anti-radicalisation website aimed at tackling extremism which she says will be used to ‘educate against hate’.

Over a third of UK teachers ban electronic devices such as mobile phones and laptops in the classroom, according to a new survey.

The ‘one size fits all’ secondary education system is letting down pupils who are less academic, according to Ofsted chief Sir Michael Wilshaw.

Young professionals will be targeted to retrain as teachers in some of the UK’s toughest schools as part of a new recruitment drive from Teach First.

The National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT) has declared that a lack of cohesive planning means new schools are not always opened where there is most need.

A YouGov survey conducted by TES has found that 54 per cent of head teachers believe their school could do more to utilise technology.

The government has launched a scheme to provide expert employment support to young people in schools.

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