Tony Little says the grammar school system is even 'harmful' to children in some cases
'All the evidence is clear that grammar schools damage social mobility', say cross-party group
Former education secretary says refugee families from countries including Somalia and Kosovo often have higher expectations for their children
'In many ways it’s better to be a low-income child living in London, than a child from a higher income background living outside of it," says Teach First founder Brett Wigdortz
Exclusive: Free schools advocate says no more than five new grammar schools will open before 2020
Increasing numbers of students are signing up to financial arrangements with older men in order to support their studies – but how far would you go to fund your education?
Additional £320m announced for free schools expansion – despite a scathing report by Parliament’s spending watchdog
Presenting evidence, the Department said it was yet to consolidate finances of the growing number of academy trusts in England
A police raid of Ryan Counsell’s home found a ‘wealth of Islamic extremist material’ as well as bomb-making instructions
Anti-Semitic hate crimes surge by 94 per cent last year – higher than any other category
Law enforcers acting in countries which oppose the company are ignored or 'tricked' by the app using geolocation data
Academics have criticised the ban as an 'insulting attack on free speech'
Bright pupils from deprived neighbourhoods and poor-performing state schools are encouraged to apply for the scheme
Bristol's Scholars scheme allows pupils from poorer backgrounds to apply for the top ranking university with lower grades than previously required
The move follows months of campaigning from MPs and charity groups who argue the current curriculum is years out of date and does not reflect the dangers faced by young people today
Over 85% of top performing state schools take in fewer disadvantaged pupils than they should for their catchment area, with faith schools called out for being the most 'socially selective'