Two schools are in the early process of using recording devices to capture evidence when pupils misbehave, TES has reported.
There has been no negative impact on the arts at GCSE since the introduction of the English Baccalaureate (EBacc), a new report suggests.
Conservative MPs have told ministers that they may not back proposals to change school funding as their constituencies could lose out.
Over a quarter of GCSE science pupils have revealed that they are not offered practical lessons often enough.
The government’s annual Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) report has shown that 887 migrant teachers were employed by schools in 2015.
An Ofqual blog has warned schools to be cautious of GCSE grade predictions to avoid disappointment.
The head of PISA global education rankings, Andreas Schleicher, has raised concerns about the financial difficulties that schools are currently facing.
Year 3 phonics test retakes are being scrapped after pupils fail to meet standards on the third attempt.
The Local Government Association is calling for councils to force academies to accept students who have been excluded from a previous school.
More than 600 schools are spending “next to nothing” on developing their teachers, a study has shown.
The Scottish education secretary has refused a recommendation which would allow teachers to search students for weapons, following the stabbing of a 16-year-old boy.
A new Scottish funding scheme is set to provide schools with a £120 million cash boost to help disadvantaged students.
Ormiston Academies Trust is set to spend £1 million to improve its communications department following a number of scandals in recent years.
The founder of the grassroots Labour Teachers website John Blake has taken over as education chief at think tank Policy Exchange.
Official league tables for schools may be inaccurate after research conducted over four years suggests that the information is unreliable.
Over half of academies in England have spent more than their annual income, raising concerns over funding, figures have shown.
More than a third of parents have revealed they have been asked to donate money to their child’s school, a survey shows.
West Sussex governors have threatened to stop working following concerns over funding cuts.
Arsenal in the Community is partnering up with the University College London’s Institute of Education (IOE) to provide more reading opportunities for young people.
According to a survey carried out by the union NASUWT, around six in 10 teachers have not received a boost in pay.
National Schools Commissioner, Sir David Carter, has proposed a 10-year career plan in order to keep new teachers in the profession.
A decrease in the number of educational psychologists in schools has been linked to budget cuts.
35 councils in England have changed their policy on fining parents for term-time holidays, according to a BBC investigation
Cash announced last year to fund academy plan is to be taken back after compulsory conversion 'ditched'
Research shows just one per cent of inspection reports mention SRE
According to the Joint Council for Qualifications, there has been a fall this year in the number of students sitting A-level Mathematics, Physics and Design & Technology exams.
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