Thousands of young people received results today but there’s been little media interest.
Tomorrow will...Read more
Controversial Great Yarmouth Charter Academy (GYCA) was judged good this month.
GYCA is run by...Read more
Changing the reason for refusing a Freedom of Information request following an internal review is ‘not ideal’, the Information...Read more
Nearly six years ago, Boris Johnson gave the Margaret Thatcher lecture at the Centre for Policy Studies.... Read more
Four University Technical Colleges (UTCs), schools providing technical education for 14-19 year olds, changed hands in financial...Read more
Fifteen free schools changed hands in financial year 2018/19, Department for Education data reveals*. This brings the total of...Read more
Nine academies run by notorious academy trust Bright Tribe were transferred to new trusts in the financial year 2018/19,...Read more
The total cost of transferring academies from one trust to another now totals £31m, newly released Department for Education data...Read more
It’s vital to fight fake news, education secretary Damian Hinds said in a recent press release .
Local authority maintained schools are slightly more likely to be good or better than academies, newly-released data from the...Read more
Academies should be allowed to return to the stewardship of their local authority if teachers, parents and locals support the...Read more
Hundreds walked to Westminster yesterday to protest about poor school funding. The march, led by Jess Phillips, Labour MP for...Read more
Should there be a rule preventing MPs from repeating questions that have already been adressed many times in the current...Read more
Schools ministers have constantly hyped how much better schools are now than when Labour left office in 2010. But recent Ofsted...Read more
The building formerly used by the defunct Manchester Creative Studio is being occupied by property guardian company, Global Guardians, Freedom of...Read more
Doug McAvoy NUT general secretary from 1989 to 2004, died on May 12, aged 80.
The Times obituary,...Read more
Could it be the Department for Education is using schools minister Nick Gibb as an Aunt Sally?