The government has released a statement concerning the final subject content expected to be seen in further GCSE and AS and A level subjects.

The Department for Education has confirmed that the current regional schools commissioner for the south, Sir David Carter, will step up to the role of national commissioner.

A report published by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has claimed that there is no direct link between the proportion of immigrant pupils and the performance of a school system.

Attainment in Scottish schools has been rated as above international averages in a review from the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).

Labour MP Frank Field has garnered cross party backing from more than 100 MPs for a Bill to automatically register children for free school meals if they are eligible.

Sir David Carter is expected to be named as the next national schools commissioner (NSC), according to reports by TES.

Almost 9,500 signature have been gained in a petition to stop the scrapping of GSCE and A-level ICT qualifications.

Martin Thompson, executive director of the National Association of School-Based Teacher Trainers (NASBTT) has warned school-based teacher training providers are being forced to fast-track applications, as a result of changes to the way places are filled.

Spending on supply teachers has risen by £300 million over the last two years to reach a record £1.3 billion, according to analysis by the Labour party.

Anyone found running an unregistered school in England is to face prosecution, with a possible prison sentence, according to Education Secretary Nicky Morgan.

The majority of teachers are facing confusion over the pay policy, while many are still waiting to learn whether their salaries will increase this year as schools struggle with budget cuts.

Schools could be given authority to request copies of marked GCSE exam papers that they consider to have been marked incorrectly, Ofqual has announced.