The sixth Kreston Academies Benchmark report raises concerns about the future viability of a number of academy schools

The Migration Advisory Committee has added computer science, Mandarin and general science to the government’s official occupation shortage list

Nearly half of speech therapists lack time and resources to support children and young people with communication problems, according to a survey by the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists

The general secretary of the National Association of Head Teachers, Russell Hobby, will step down in September, after seven successful years leading the association

Grammars may have to ask parents for £30-£40 a month to make up for funding shortfalls

Jonathan Slater, the Department for Education’s permanent secretary, has said the teaching apprenticeship should be available to schools within the next two years.

The Bar Council and the Citizenship Foundation have developed free resources to teach pupils about Brexit

Welsh education watchdog Estyn has said the quality of teaching is the "weakest aspect" of education across most areas of Wales.

The NAHT survey also revealed that the number of schools currently in deficit has more than doubled since its 2015 survey.

57 per cent of primary and 61 per cent secondary teachers have said training teachers in all areas of ICT is their key ICT challenge over the next 12 months.

Head teachers from secondary schools in North Somerset have written a letter to Prime Minister Theresa May, asking her to reconsider plans to expand grammar schools.

The Royal College of Speech and Language has partnered with children’s charity I CAN to launch an inquiry that will inform a follow-up report to a landmark study on speech and language.

Commenting on the release yesterday of secondary school performance data for England in 2015/16, teachers union NAHT says pupils who would be more suited to a broader range of GCSE subjects are not being served well by having their subjects restricted by EBacc.

Research from Eteach has found that 40 per cent of the 3,000 teachers it surveyed cited off-putting application processes prevent them applying for jobs.

282 secondary schools in England have not met a new set of national standards, which take greater consideration of pupil progress and basic ability

Sir Michael Wilshaw will work as an advisor to GEMS Education company to help set up a network of low-cost private schools in India, South East Asia and Africa.

Education Secretary Justine Greening announced six more places as ‘opportunity areas’ that will receive a share of £72 million funding.

The Chartered College of Teaching aims to be a voluntary, teacher-led organisation which will support professional development, share evidence-based practice, and recognise excellence.

The borough of Knowsley, which stopped offering A levels as it could not afford to, is consulting on plans to bring the qualification back.

Almost one third of secondary school pupils avoid certain activities like PE due to low body confidence, according to research from the Be Real Campaign

According to a report from Rural England, three out of five young people in rural areas do not have adequate public transport to get to secondary school.

Schools in England are set to lose hundreds of pounds per pupil, six education unions have said.

The Guardian reports that Southwark Free School will become the sixth free school to close since the initiative was launched in 2010.

The Education Authority (EA) in Northern Ireland is consulting on plans to charge for school transport to save money.

Wrenn School in Northamptonshire and New Line Learning Academy in Kent have received warning notices by their regional schools commissioners (RSCs)