Schools in England spent £733 million on supply teacher agencies in 2014 due to teacher shortages, according to the National Union of Teachers (NUT).

London Grid for Learning (LGfL) has been accused of blocking emails to schools from broadband competitors and putting unnecessary pressure on schools to quickly renew contracts.

In a bid to tackle discrimination, Teach First will share its experience of recruiting on a ‘name blind’ basis with some of the country’s leading public and private sector organisations.

Scottish teachers are set to receive a 1.5 per cent pay rise after the Scottish Negotiating Committee for Teachers (SNCT) formally agreed a pay and conditions deal.

Ofsted’s chief inspector, Sir Michael Wilshaw has warned that inadequate development in the teaching of spelling, punctuation and grammar is 'slowing down' children when they get to secondary school.

The British Medical Association (BMA) claims that young pupils in England’s most deprived areas are being denied medical careers because schools are not giving them the opportunity to study separate sciences at GCSE.

Research has revealed a ’stark’ North-South divide, which is affecting disadvantaged children aged under five in the North of England, who are lagging behind their counterparts in London.

Former children’s laureate Michael Morpurgo has warned that the government’s focus on ‘literacy’ risks stifling the creativity of children and limiting the next generation of writers.

Kent County Council has opened an inquiry into the lack of children from low-income backgrounds attending grammar schools.

59 per cent of teachers have considered quitting in the last six months, according to a new YouGov poll for the think tank LKMco and education company Pearson.

A new government campaign is set to be launched to tackle the stigma surrounding metal health issues in teenagers.

The Education Endowment Fund (EEF) has launched three projects that aim to better utilise teaching assistants (TAs) to boost pupil’s numeracy skills.