Teachers express frustration at pupils refusing to accept some stories found on social networks are false, as experts call for better education on online dangers
When we talk about economics, most of us think of interest rates and GDP, but there’s another side to the discipline which focuses on how policy can really affect people’s lives for the better
Nick Clegg's offer, under the Coalition government, had all the hallmarks of a bright idea rushed too rapidly into policy. Now Jeremy Corbyn's opposition has followed in his footsteps
Life, which received £49,000 from the Big Lottery Fund last year, previously published a leaflet linking abortion to breast cancer
Three in four suicides among teaching professionals are primary and nursery school teachers, statistics show, amid warnings it is 'one of the most highly stressed occupations in the country'
The loss of funding equates to the loss of two teachers for a primary school and six teachers for a secondary
The bill would allow science teachers to present ideas “that may cause controversy” on issues such as evolution and global warming
Budget pressures mean design and technology, languages and art among subjects being dropped
More than a third of teachers say they would wear a camera in the classroom, but others argue they would feel 'spied upon'
Under the 2010 Equality Act, it is unlawful for a school to treat pupils less favourably because of gender reassignment
Pupils at Findern Primary School are among the latest to reap benefits from following the Scandinavian practice of leaving shoes at the door
Teaching bodies criticise labour market review as authors conclude teacher shortages are 'not an occupation-wide problem'
Schools must reduce spending by 8 per cent per pupil by 2020 - the biggest real terms cut 'in a generation'
Even if you think more religious schools is a good idea, there is no good reason to support dropping the cap. All the evidence points to such a move being actively harmful and increasing religious, ethnic and social segregation
Alternative curriculum appears to have tacit support of city education officials
Some 15 per cent of headteachers surveyed said they had been a direct victim of cyberbullying in the past year