Teachers' organisations warn crisis will deepen if pay continues to be squeezed, making teaching a less attractive career
So far, OnSide Youth Zones have set up seven centres across the country, with 22 in the pipeline
Pupils bussed to another village as Easington primary school in the East Ridings cannot find a permanent teacher
The Muslim fasting season has been gradually moving into the summer exams season in England in recent years
Birmingham foundation leads drive to recruit more pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds
Schoolchildren in Cardiff, Swansea and elsewhere will be able to perform the play in their traditional language
Restrictions prevent Churches from expanding the sector, ministers told
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Call comes from Ucas chief executive as figures show entry rate for women has increased twice as fast as for men
OECD report shows 82% of immigrant children feel sense of belonging at school compared with 80% born in UK
Report reveals 70 further education colleges have been declared financially 'inadequate' by sector’s Skills Funding Agency
Senior Deloitte partner says he would be 'very interested' if candidate had Bs from school where A-level average was Ds
'Becoming an academy does not insulate you from decline'
'What on earth have the political leaders been doing over the years in this major city?'
Chief schools inspector Sir Michael Wilshaw argues the shows may not do the profession 'much good'
England is 'nothing short of a divided nation after the age of 11 when it comes to education'