The full face veil has been brought to public attention – and not for the first time – in the past few days
CentreForum argues that more must be done to narrow the 'disadvantage gap'
Education Editor Richard Garner visits Eastbury Community School, Barking, where exclusions are down, and results are up
A large number of educators admitted to lowering the grades of students they did not like
Pupils bussed to another village as Easington primary school in the East Ridings cannot find a permanent teacher
Workload emerges as teachers' biggest complaint in calls to Education Support Partnership's 24-hour-a-day-service
Birmingham foundation leads drive to recruit more pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds
The Health and Safety Executive almost immediately overturned the school's decision
The girl, who is from a Roma traveller community, said too many people 'judge a book by its cover'
Study shows remarkable improvement in reading ability amongst boys
Department of Education says suggestion people are promoted on basic of diversity is 'absolute nonsense'
An influential commission recommends radical teaching reforms to adapt to increasing diverse and secular UK schools
The verdict was a victory for three families who have been seeking a judicial review of the decision
'There is a concern that more than one in ten young people have experienced cyber-bullying'
Academics say teachers almost always depict young people as heterosexual despite claiming lessons are inclusive
New research shows girls want to pursue more 'worthwhile' careers while boys focus on securing bigger salaries