An investigation by Channel 4 Dispatches, to be aired tonight, looks into the fraudulent examination practices within schools and universities. 

Teach First, the largest teacher provider in England, has warned that schools are facing a teaching crisis 'worse than 2002', TES reports.

The exam board AQA has been forced to rewrite a number of A-level and GCSE exam papers after a Parcelforce van containing the papers was stolen earlier this month.

New figures reveal that one in 20 classes contain more than the statutory maximum of thirty pupils.

Proposals have been drawn up by associations to create a new organisation called the Foundation for Leadership in Education, which would seek to develop new leadership qualifications and set standards.

Research conducted by University College London’s (UCL) Institute of Education suggests that teachers can have an unconscious bias to children from disadvantaged backgrounds and perceive them to be less able than their more advantaged peers.

11,000 primary schools across England have opted to assess year one children using a method that focuses on observation rather than testing.

Dovecot Primary School business manager Julie Marie Roach, 49, has been jailed for stealing over £24,000 from school funds.

The Harvard Graduate School of Education faculty and Wellington College Teaching Schools Alliance, investigated the characteristics and performance of 4,000 UK teenagers and found that students with “grit” are likely to achieve academic success.

Thousands of students were frustrated by their GCSE maths exam which featured a tricky questions about the probability of ‘Hannah” pulling two orange sweets from a bag. The equation was deemed too difficult by pupils and they took to twitter to express their anger and mock the examination body.

The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry has published a report suggesting that children born during summer months struggle in school as their development levels do not match the curriculum which can effect their confidence and behaviour. The report recommends schools placing more emphasis on language skills as younger children struggle with reading, writing and verbal problem solving.

Members of the Educational Institute of Scotland (EIS), the largest teaching union in Scotland, will raise the prospect of industrial action at their annual general meeting, scheduled for 4-6 June 2015.