Sir Andrew Carter claims it's 'wrong and immoral' for teachers to ask to go part-time. Charlotte Santry disagrees
Labour and Lib Dems have underestimated the cost of expanding free school meals while Conservatives' extra funding will not close the disadvantage gap, says think tank
None of the general election manifestos are clear enough about GCSE resits, apprentices or T levels, says EPI
Wording of Conservative manifesto leaves the door open to building more controversial grammar schools, says EPI
Extending free school meals will swallow up extra school funding, but Institute for Fiscal Studies says numbers add up
Across England, 21 colleges made £2.4m in car parking charges from staff in three years. Is your college on that list?
Everyone’s talking about curriculum right now. In England, Ofsted has made it a priority under the new inspection regime. Reforms are proposed in Wales, and in Scotland the debate about Curriculum for Excellence rages on. But what people aren’t talking about is the fact that existing research suggests curriculum reform is likely doomed to failure. Alex Quigley explains why transforming the curriculum is such a risky business