Applications for year four of the Turing Scheme, the international study placement programme that replaced Erasmus, have opened.

Three in ten women working in schools have had requests to work flexibly denied, according to UNISON.

According to a report by the EPI, the government should consider supporting schools to offer an extended school day to improve access to extra-curricular activities.

The Department for Education (DfE) has released a new "sufficiency framework" for academy trusts and local authorities, with the aim of ensuring there are enough school spaces.

School meal industry body LACA is calling on political parties to include increased funding for school lunches in their manifesto ahead of the general election.

The government has published new guidance for schools on providing wraparound care, which is part of a government drive to get parents back to work.

One in six people in education are taking up second jobs as concerns over the cost-of-living crisis intensify.

Around 20,000 pupils will benefit from anti-racism and equality projects based in school libraries across Scotland.

The government has confirmed how it will proceed with schools that have RAAC confirmed, with the final list of RAAC schools now published.

Ofsted and the Care Quality Commission have published guidance for the next series of visits looking at how children with SEND are being prepared for adulthood.

There has been a significant rise in the number of children and young people needing emergency care from mental health services.

The Education Endowment Foundation has announced a new trial which will explore whether supporting teachers to use ChatGPT can reduce teacher workload.

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