This report is an important reminder of the reality behind the Government’s rhetoric on free schools.
Schools form just one part of a multi-agency approach to reducing youth crime and the exposure of young people to violence, and those agencies all need support.
NEU members working in Sixth Form Colleges will be taking strike action on Thursday 17 October to defend their pay, working conditions and employment.
Teaching unions general secretaries write to the Secretary of State for Education to express concerns over school places after Brexit.
This Queen’s Speech needs to address the issues that face schools, children and young people and their families
More than 16,500 schools losing out under new cash allocations for April 2020.
Following the release of the national funding formulae allocations for 2020/21, we are taking a close look at what this means for schools.
It is good that teachers are spending less time on marking and planning, but the numbers for time spent on data collection are still stubbornly high.