£41m worth of funding is being made available to support more than 8,000 schools to adopt teaching practices from leading Asian countries.

The new schools would be largely secondaries in areas where there is pressure on places, says CoE spokeswoman

Former adviser on school food John Vincent speaks about the issue on BBC Radio 4’s The Food Programme

Thousands of courses will be replaced with 15 straightforward routes into skilled employment following an independent review.

Birmingham City Council is failing to protect vulnerable children across its schools and children’s services, according to Ofsted’s Chief Inspector Sir Michael Wilshaw.

More than a third of Suffolk’s publicly funded schools have benefited from a new £600,000 partnership between Suffolk County Council’s Raising the Bar programme and the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF).

A York MP has defended the government’s policy on primary school testing, arguing that it gives children the opportunity to fulfil their potential.

Three new non-executive Ofsted board members have been confirmed by Education Secretary Nicky Morgan.

Education Secretary Nicky Morgan has confirmed that she will proceed in recommending Amanda Spielman as Ofsted’s new Chief Inspector, despite MPs raising ‘significant concerns’ over her suitability for the post.

Parents have been fined a total of £5.6 million across England and Wales for taking their children out of school during term time.

Academisation ‘does not automatically raise standards’ and many local authority run schools are outperforming academies, according to new research published by the Education Policy Institute (EPI).

MPs have rejected the appointment of Amanda Spielman as the new Ofsted Chief Inspector, citing ‘significant concerns’ about her suitability for the post.