Poor mental health among young people (aged 16 and 17) has increased by more than a quarter since 2017, according to new research by UCL and the Sutton Trust.

The National Institute of Teaching (NIoT), which was set up earlier this year as a flagship organisation to boost the quality of teacher and school leader development in England, has announced three strategic hires.

Ofsted's Amanda Spielman says that "removing a school from scrutiny does not make it better".

Trade associations and unions are urging the government to invest the funding for Oak National Academy directly into schools

The latest School Workforce statistics have been used to update the findings from the joint “Closing the Gender Pay Gap in Education” report released last year.

Children, young people, parents, carers and teachers are being encouraged to take part in the National Discussion on Scottish education through a series of upcoming online public events.

OVO Foundation is working with three charities, including Ashden, where 75 schools will receive a cash prize to start their own nature projects

The Autumn Statement delivered by Chancellor Jeremy Hunt included a rise to the core schools budget in England for schools to invest in high quality teaching and to target additional support to the children who need it most.

Robin Walker

Robin Walker has been elected as the chair of the parliamentary education select committee, replacing Robert Halfon who is now skills minister at the DfE

The Greggs Foundation has partnered with food education charity, Rethink Food, to launch a free education programme to be taught at Greggs Breakfast Club schools.

A quarter of university students say financial worries are having a major impact on their mental health, as increasing numbers cut down on essentials, according the new research.

Anna Richards has been appointed Chair of the Board of Trustees at the National Association of School-Based Teacher Trainers (NASBTT).