Katherine Birbalsingh set for return after speech at Conservative Party Conference cost her a previous job
Thousands of schools close as staff members protest Michael Gove’s refusal to open dialogue on pay, pensions and workload
Industrial action - the latest in a wave of regional strikes - has been organised by two of England's biggest teaching unions
Teachers in nearly 3,000 schools will stage a one-day strike on Thursday as union leaders fire the first shots in their campaign against pay and pension curbs and cuts in education spending.
Motion is first time in NUT's 143-year history union has taken such a step over Education Secretary
One in five of the Government’s flagship free schools are being opened in areas where there is no need for more school places, new research has revealed.
Bored pupils will play truant from school if Education Secretary Michael Gove goes ahead with his planned new “back to basics” national curriculum, teachers warned today.
NUT conference delegates call on leadership to find a legal way to foil 'victimising' inspections
Delegates also declared no confidence in chief schools inspector Sir Michael Wilshaw
Schools across the country are likely to be affected by the rolling programme of walkouts, which will begin in summer term
Academy schools are flouting admission rules to select pupils from more privileged families, according to a major study of the programme.
No Education Secretary has ever embarked on such radical reform, so quickly, since Kenneth Baker
NUT conference calls for boycott of inspections and tests in protest at government changes
The Government's flagship free schools are seriously damaging the education of children in neighbouring schools, according to research published today.
Bright children will be branded as failures at the age of five as a result of a new national reading test to be introduced this summer, teachers warn today.