Damian Hinds has said technology companies have a big responsibility to curb the spread of health misinformation on the internet.
The education secretary has set up 12 Institutes of Technology across the country to “address the skill needs of businesses”.
Headteachers have been told consultation does not mean parents have the right to veto parts of the new relationships and sex education curriculum.
A register of all children not attending school is being put forward by the education secretary.
BBC political show Question Time has been criticised for airing a debate over whether it is "morally right" to teach children about LGBTQ+ "issues".
The education secretary has refused to guarantee the government will not seek further extensions to Article 50.
Thousands of headteachers are warning of a "school funding crisis" in a letter reportedly sent to millions of families in England.
The education secretary accepted there were “understandable and legitimate concerns” about sex and relationship education, but said new government guidelines will “keep children safe”.
Damian Hinds has defended a decision to add FGM to the curriculum, and revealed it has been 19 years since sex education guidance was last updated.
Thousands of children are expected to go on strike from school today as part of a global youth action over climate change.
Damian Hinds has called for more men to become primary school teachers, with figures showing just 14 per cent of the nursery and primary school workforce is male.
The government has announced a new £50m fund for 16 grammar schools in a bid to create 3,000 more grammar school places, but the chair of Comprehensive Future described it as a “scandal”.
The education secretary has called for MPs to think about the Brexit deal as "a package" if it goes through to Parliament, claiming they don't need to "love every line".
Pupils will be encouraged to climb trees, knit, stargaze and learn to ride a horse in a new initiative being drawn up by MPs.
The chairman of the UK Statistics Authority has told the Education Secretary he has “serious concerns” about his department’s use of statistics.
Education secretary Damian Hinds tells Julia Hartley-Brewer his hopes for Britain's education system after touring schools in Germany and Holland.
The Education Secretary has told Julia Hartley-Brewer that technology could have positive sides in a child's early development.