The Department for Education has stated that 19 local authorities have invited applications to run new special free schools, potentially creating 1,600 new special free school places.

LGA raises concerns over use of soft drinks levy cash

Councils have expressed concern that money earmarked for boosting physical activity and healthy eating in schools is not diverted to plug gaps in education funding.

Astrea Academy Trust has given its teachers a two per cent pay rise, despite only a national government increase of one percent, Tes has reported.

Scottish schools in poor areas to get £45 million to close attainment gap

Nine local authorities and 72 individual schools have been allocated funding from the Scottish Attainment Challenge for education initiatives and projects targeting the most deprived children.

Financial management review of academy chain reveals ‘significant failings’

An Education Standards Funding Agency review into academy chain The Enquire Learning Trust has found that four senior leaders were being paid “off

Techincal Education set for £65m boost

Education Secretary Justine Greening expected to say: “A skills revolution for Brexit Britain is the real strategy on migration”.

The number of students saying their university was "poor" or "very poor" value had almost doubled since 2012, according to a survey published by th

Cash announced last year to fund academy plan is to be taken back after compulsory conversion 'ditched'

A package to support embedding the reforms made to the system of support for children with special educational needs has been announced by Minister for Vulnerable Children and Families, Edward Timpson.

Education Secretary Justine Greening has announced a £50 million grant scheme to provide thousands of new childcare places.

A new deal developed by the DfE and Crown Commercial Services (CCS) could help schools save thousands on new tablets, laptops or desktop devices.

School funding cuts will be worse than expected and children from ‘just about managing’ families (JAMs) will be hit hardest, according to NUT and the ATL.

Council budget cuts are putting school improvement work at risk, the Local Government Association (LGA) has warned.

The National Audit Office (NAO) has provided an adverse opinion on the truth and fairness of the Department for Education’s (DfE’s) financial statements.

The Department for Education (DfE) has published its long delayed reforms to the way funding is allocated to schools across England, which the DfE claims will ‘end the postcode lottery of school funding’.