As proposals for a ‘satellite’ school in Kent are rejected, Chief Inspector says the numbers fail to support claims that selection aids social mobility
Sir Michael Wilshaw argues that poverty is no longer the major determinant of whether a child will fail
New development kit for the credit-card sized computer aims to open up basic computer coding to younger students
But one in three girls say they write out of class every day
Labour failed to do enough to see its drive to improve pupils’ literacy through, the man behind the programme has acknowledged.
‘No such thing as a bad book for children’, says bestselling fantasy author
Our man in Westminster
We need a massive change of attitude if we’re to improve basic education and give children what they’re entitled to
A modern secular prophet, his parables have inspired a swathe of lesser holy me
The cruelty of Omar’s treatment is exactly the reason why the whole crisis began in Syria
Robin Alexander argues core subjects of English and maths would be favoured at expense of arts and humanities
His books are supermarket staples, but best-selling author James Patterson has pledged $1m to save ailing independent bookshops
The Venezuelan conductor showed how poor children could become musicians. Julian Lloyd Webber explains how he was determined to do the same here. The result can be seen at the Proms on Sunday
<b>David Phelan</b> has an exclusive peek behind the scenes at Microsoft’s research and development facilities – here’s his first report
Outrage after private information of young car accident victims was obtained illegally
Mignon Hardie has been involved with the start-up and management of a number of SMEs including the Fundza Literacy Fund where she is a trustee and trust manager.