Working with experts across the education sector, the framework has been updated to ensure it’s based on the latest evidence.

The Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL) has published a response to the planned introduction of minimum service levels (MSLs) in the education sector.

The Education Committee has published a report into Ofsted, which gives a series of recommendations on how the inspectorate must change in order to regain trust within the profession.

The Department for Education's latest pupil attendance data shows that the persistent absence rate for the academic year to date is 20.3%.

A survey has found that 16% of households had to send their child to school without lunch some days because they couldn’t afford school meals or packed lunches.

The Department for Education has updated its digital and technology standards, which focuses on laptops, desktops and tablets, leadership and governance, and accessibility.  

The Department for Education has published its latest research on AI in education, having brought together views from experts and educators

Ministers at the Department for Education have approved the expansion of Malmesbury Primary School in Wiltshire for a new STEAM centre.

The government's expanded childcare offer is likely to widen the early years attainment gap due to its eligibility criteria, the Sutton Trust has warned.

England’s education and careers system should introduce more ‘character’ development opportunities to prepare young people for the fast-changing economy, says Baroness Morgan

Paul Whiteman, general secretary of school leaders’ union NAHT, believes that the resumed school inspections should be ungraded while reforms take place.

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has announced plans to extend funding to his free holiday meals programme, by proposing to spend £4m in his 2024/25 budget.