'I would be loathe to employ anyone who did not have Qualified Teacher Status', a headteacher has said
The Government has said it will bring forward legislation that all schools will be made to convert in cases where the local authority ‘can no longer viably support its remaining schools’
Labour Shadow Education Secretary Lucy Powell called the Government's retreat on academisation 'frankly humiliating'
Ms Morgan conceded there was a 'strength of feeling' in the hall
Conservative backbenchers pointedly refuse to lend the type of vocal support their leader might hope for during PMQs
The Leader of the Opposition devoted all his questions to harrying the Prime Minister on his policy of forcing schools to convert to academies
Conference warned the plan is ‘an attack on democracy’ which will leave all schools controlled by multi-academy trusts that are ‘unaccountable private organisations’
'This costly reorganisation of our schools is an unnecessary and unfounded distraction'
The Education Secretary was the first Tory minister to address the NASUWT conference since 1997
Labour leader receives standing ovation after becoming first party leader to address NUT conference in living memory
'I’m fed up with diktats from above saying you will do this and you won’t do that. This is not why I became a Conservative'
“This is the most profound change to education in our lifetimes, and it’s all very wrong"
Soon Osborne will announce the next stage, yelling: “Don’t let maths teachers control your thoughts by telling you what numbers to write down, man, set yourself free of their bureaucracy with our teacherless academies, where you can think of whatever number turns you on!"
Move is part of a blueprint to ensure next generation of schoolchildren get the 'best start' in life for employment
Osborne's controversial move hasn't impressed people working in the industry
The Budget kicks off after PMQs on Wednesday