Nearly 70 per cent of secondary school headteachers have made cuts to teaching staff to save money, a survey has found.
The National Education Union has called for lessons about LGBT+ relationships to be compulsory in all schools.
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.
The teacher at the centre of protest for teaching LGBT relationship lessons has received threats and other "nasty" messages.
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 watchdog has called for "multi-agency partnerships" to help bring instances of knife crime down.
Thousands of headteachers are warning of a "school funding crisis" in a letter reportedly sent to millions of families in England.
The headteacher who allowed London Bridge terrorist Khuram Butt to teach unsupervised at an east London school has been banned from management roles.
Human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell said it was important for children to learn about same-sex relationships, amid complaints over a Birmingham school teaching pupils about homosexuality.
The chair of the education select committee has called for a “long-term, ten-year plan” to help cash-strapped schools.
The head teacher of a school in Essex has defended the decision to force children to listen to classical music during their lunchtime, describing it as a “win-win” situation.
A north London school is letting children go home early on Friday to relieve stress on teachers.
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.
The chairman of the Campaign for Real Education has accused universities of “ripping off” applicants over the cost of tuition fees.
Ofsted's chief inspector has backed a gay teacher who has been heavily criticised for teaching students about same-sex relationships.
Robert Halfon, chair of the education committee, has called for GCSEs to scrapped, saying that the education system needs a radical overhaul to tackle the threat of automation, which he calls "the march of the robots".
The Labour MP said he was "astonished" that a Birmingham-based Muslim school was not allowing girls to eat lunch until after boys had finished.
Clarks shoe shop are training 6,500 staff in a bid to improve children’s language skills, but National Literacy Trust’s Judith Parke’s has said it is “not about teaching” children, it is about “modelling good communication between an adult and child”.
A member of staff was found dead at Avon Valley School and Performing Arts College in Rugby, Warwickshire, the school has said.
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.
A state school in east London has had 41 students offered places at Oxford or Cambridge University.
Channel 4’s former Head of Religion Aaqil Ahmed has said Religious Education lessons are important to stop the “vacuum of stupidity”, after it was revealed that parents are removing their children from the lessons.
Private schools have been accused of "cheating the system to inflate their results" as figures laid bare the number of pupils opting for "easier" GCSE exams.
Angelina Jolie will join the BBC for a series of special programmes to introduce young people to truth rather than opinion.
An education expert has said reports that Oxford and Cambridge "over recruited" from eight top schools are “depressing but no surprise”.
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”.
Pupils will be encouraged to climb trees, knit, stargaze and learn to ride a horse in a new initiative being drawn up by MPs.
Nick Hillman, the Director of the Higher Education Policy Institute has said that “the explosion” of unconditional offers for university places means students make the “mistake” of “taking their foot off the gas”.
Children may be more vulnerable to becoming a victim of a stabbing on their way home from school, a new study suggests.
Conservative MP David Davies has said the problem of adult refugee ‘students’ is going to be fairly common because they have a “vested interest” in pretending to be young.
Robert Halfon MP has said that “a mass conveyor belt of people going to university” is wrong and the Government should be investing in skills.
Martin Daubney, co-founder of Men and Boys Coalition has said that feminism is only an issue talked about by “the privileged”, after new research found that feminism made men more ambitious because of competition for top jobs.
Children who have been excluded from school may at ‘serious risk’ of being involved in knife crime and youth violence, according to Barnardo’s and the All-Party Parliamentary Group on knife crime.
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 rises come after major reforms in England designed to toughen up the qualifications and the introduction of a new 9-1 grading system, replacing A*-G grades.
Sian Griffiths, Education Editor at the Times, told Julia Hartley-Brewer that being taught to pass A-level exams might not teach other life skills
A poll by Ipsos Mori should 75% of students thought university was important, down 11% from five years ago. A level results are released today
The Education Secretary has told Julia Hartley-Brewer that technology could have positive sides in a child's early development.
Researchers suggested that people who emigrate tend to be more aspirational and take risks, and pass their "grit and determination" on to their children
The health service, which is celebrating the 70th anniversary of its creation this week, ended the last financial year with almost 100,000 vacancies
Sam Gyimah, a former Oxford student, said the elite universities had not done enough
A survey of over 47,000 school-age children showed they preferred writing texts to stories or diaries, and less than half enjoy writing
The new policy will see £50 million in funding being given to the UK's 163 grammar schools if they want to take in more pupils
Julia Hartley-Brewer discussed child poverty with author and former teacher Francis Gilbert
Headteachers claim some children put food from the school in their pockets to take home
Mike Graham is joined once more by Rachel Johnson sitting in for Katie Perrior
A school is encouraging children to play with fire, bricks, hammers and tools
Social studies teacher Dayanna Voltich has been 'removed from the classroom' over white supremacy allegations
Dr Heather Brunskell-Evans has warned it's not scientifically clear that it's possible to be born in the wrong body
Putney High School is giving comments rather than grades to years seven, eight and nine