Analysis of DfE academy system figures reveals wide variations between England's eight regions
Consultation over plans to create a mandatory reporting duty for teachers, doctors, nurses and social workers
It is time to accept that schools and colleges cannot change the life-chances of disadvantaged students on their own
Brexit may be hogging the headlines, but there's another battle taking place that will have a big effect on schools
A wave of 16- to 18-year-olds is coming, and we must be ready for it, writes Bill Watkin
But manifesto commitment 'ambitious and difficult to achieve', skills minister Anne Milton admits
Academies minister tells school business managers 'you are running businesses'
YouGov poll finds nearly half of profession backs crackdown on schools that informally exclude pupils
Investigations reveal raft of concerns at doomed Wakefield City Academies Trust
UCL professor says resources ratio between UK private and state schools is about 3 to 1
Freedom of information request reveals that only a fifth of food served in Scottish schools is sourced from Scotland
Bidders for voluntary-aided schools will need a free site and evidence of demand from parents
Schools can do much to help pupils prepare, argues Andrew Foster
Scottish inquiry hears concerns that high fees are driving pupils away from learning musical instruments
If teachers are not given certain information, pupils will be at a disadvantage, says Garry Freeman. Here's what to do
Instead of mass hysteria over the 30-year-old student in a classroom, we should look at the benefits of having vetted adults learning in schools
The Education and Skills Funding Agency has issued financial health warnings to five colleges across the country
MSPs to explore evidence behind assessments that have prompted fears about impact on four-year-olds
More than 57,000 children known to be educated at home, but true number likely to be higher
Disadvantaged pupils less likely to take part in voluntary political activities at school
A major survey of adults in work has found the need for computer-related skills is rising, but English and maths is falling
64% of people grateful to at least one teacher for inspiring the person they are today
Council bosses warn schools are being pushed to the brink and need urgent support
The focus for primary schools shouldn’t be on ‘careers advice’ but on ‘career-related learning', argues Nick Chambers
Head accuses DfE of 'giving with one hand and taking away with two'
Secular Society says schools and church are 'working in cahoots' to coerce pupils into worship
But AET has also been given DfE permission to expand its number of primaries
If pupils have no access to a school library, they're unlikely to find one beyond the school gates, writes one author
Once you’ve got the learning bug, you're likely to carry on learning. But too few people get it, writes Stephen Evans
The Department for Education appoints M&C Saatchi in bid to challenge 'outdated attitudes' towards apprenticeships
Spielman warns pupils being removed from education can be the start of 'downward spiral'
Survey of Edinburgh nursery nurses and support assistants reveals that violence is seen as ‘part of the job’
The prime minister was asked whether she supported the Raise the Rate campaign to increase baseline 16-18 funding
Funding must be allocated and targeted effectively to meet the needs of all learners at all stages, writes Rod Bristow
The Scottish Funding Council has published guidance asking colleges to make sure wider circumstances are considered
Academic knowledge is only part of the puzzle, says researcher
Policymakers should be aware of a trade-off between pupils' achievement and happiness, report warns
…and it won't tell primary teachers anything they don't already know, writes Sarah Hannafin
Girls are often harassed, and often in schools, says this teacher
New information about the upcoming key stage 2 times tables check was published in November. So what do we know so far?
Greene King's Rooney Anand will replace Carole Stott as chair of WorldSkills UK in January 2019
Data shows many staff and pupils have been put at risk by dangerous school buildings
MSPs back plans that would mean Scotland no longer has one of the lowest ages of criminal responsibility in the world
Chief inspector says criminals are also preying on children who have fallen out of education
Hinds tackles 'last taboo' in education: supporting parents with learning at home
A new report highlights the ‘stunning’ lack of awareness there is about the barriers BME teachers working in Scotland face
A former colleague of the 11 staff suspended from an Edinburgh special school has described them as 'dedicated teachers'
Find out everything you need to know about the Association of Colleges Annual Conference 2018
But Hinds announces £1.4 billion for school buildings in 2019-20
But Gibb says new assessment 'designed so that it is easy to use for both teachers and pupils'
Tens of thousands of college students drop out in the first six weeks of each year, writes Julia Belgutay
Further details about the 2019 inspection framework have been released, but is Ofsted squeezing a quart into a pint pot?
Taking children from ethnic minority communities into the countryside can give them the tools and confidence to flourish
The wave of resignations in the autumn term has left college leaders 'fearful for their own futures', AoC warns
Teaching Regulation Agency says Ian Roselman demonstrated 'serious and sustained dishonesty'
The HSE has warned of unsafe practices around transport at the end of the school day
Home educators are widely misrepresented, including on the Tes Podcast – and they have the right to react vocally
Such approaches make work a chore and lower the quality of work produced, argues Jarlath O’Brien
British Council issues Brexit warning over the decline of international experiences in schools
Children's commissioner says schools must teach pupils to manage 'avalanche' of online pressure
Higher salaries are tempting teachers abroad, says this head, and he says the demand is only going to rise
Fifth of teachers say they lack confidence in adapting relationships and sex education to meet needs of pupils with SEND
Garry Phillips quits City College Plymouth after no confidence vote by UCU members and criticism from FE commissioner
Pupils will get six seconds to answer a question in the new multiplication tables check, beginning in 2019-20
And it highlights just how tricky defining learning is, argues Christian Bokhove
Royal College of Paediatricians call for clear statement that LGBT people are part of healthy relationships
Norfolk, Suffolk and Isle of Wight among areas with best school and college careers advice, finds report
It's anti-bullying week and to show awareness teachers, students and schools have been showing off their odd socks – did yours make the list?
Teachers are needed to educate and train the future UK workforce after Brexit, says the Association of Colleges
In the name of a national poetry competition, one school receives a helping hand from an unlikely source…
A report by Canadian academics highlights six major flaws in England's FE system
MP demands urgent meeting with Hinds
BBC investigation finds one school had five staffed isolation rooms, costing more than £170,000 per year
Ofsted comes under attack for criticising schools over the practice
Education leaders face greater risks than ever before, so don't vilify those who get it wrong, urges David Hughes
To tackle the recruitment and retention crisis, we must emphasise the professional relationships that make teaching great
Non-fiction texts are the foundation stone of teaching reading comprehension, argues this teacher
Your guide to WorldSkills UK LIVE (formerly the Skills Show), which runs from 15-17 November at Birmingham's NEC
Research proves that early school start times hit students' health, writes one scientist, who suggests a 10am start
The DfE's response to the workload crisis is promising, but Ofsted must be on board, too, says Michael Tidd
Thinking about leadership training? Read this first, says Mark Roberts
Scheme to tackle holiday hunger in one of UK’s most deprived cities is found to have 'delivered food in a dignified way'
Head had been found guilty of 'conduct that may bring the profession into disrepute'
One in six pupils experiences bullying, with girls more likely to be targeted than boys, report reveals
A young boy who saved his mother’s life is supporting a call for first aid to be taught in all Scottish primaries
DfE has set out schools' powers to search and screen pupils, and confiscate items
Children in care supposed to be given highest priority but damning evidence shows they face 'discrimination' from schools
We must be proactive to help our children develop into adults who will behave more appropriately
Teaching assistants take on extra responsibilities in times of crisis, yet they have little training and lower salaries
Having data targets as part of performance management is counterproductive for these reasons, says this deputy head
The show's a stark reminder of schools' financial struggles – ideal viewing for the chancellor, writes Bernard Trafford
This principal from Jordan has seen her pupil numbers – and level of stress amongst teachers – increase in the wake of the Syrian refugee crisis
Everyone wants to help people who have been through childhood trauma, but is Scotland is taking the right approach?
Dozens of councils are having to cut budgets or move money to cope with funding pressures
Watchdog says children must be protected from gang members who use schools' uncompromising rules to 'build empires'
Michael Morpurgo's poignant read teaches pupils about the journey of the poppy and the sacrifice of those who fought in WW1
Distrust of immigrants and a lack of compassion for refugees pervades public discourse – schools can work to change that
Book allowing children to record their small acts of kindness to be passed between pupils
Fortnite and Flossing leave Tom Starkey cold, but there's no harm in supporting students' weird and wonderful passions
Staying professional in this circumstance is a must, says this teacher
Anyone who thinks any education system can solve social inequality needs to think harder about what 'inequality' and 'educated' really mean
School trips are becoming difficult to run for time and cost reasons, so how do we stop them disappearing?
A child’s education must be as varied as possible if they are to navigate a rapidly changing world, writes this teacher
Every student should be able to resit the exams, not just those with a grade 3 or D, writes Andrew Otty
What do you do when the ending of the class novel is ruined? English teacher, Grainne Hallahan has some suggestions
Survey finds 1 per cent of private school staff got same rise as state schools
A well ordered and refreshingly honest guide to evidence-based practice
Tes interviews the University Challenge star and maths teacher
The Lord of the Rings director, screenwriter and film producer recalls the teacher who starred in his very first film
Ofqual consults on changing 'severe' rule that saw GCSE, AS and A-level music candidates pay heavy penalty
In the face of rising youth violence, and 100 years on from the end of the First World War, thousands of pupils pledge to be peacemakers
The British Council highlights how schools can best provide intercultural experiences - either at home or abroad
A campaign group wants changes to deferral rules in Scotland, amid concerns that 4-year-olds are starting school too early
The head of education at a Scottish ‘sculpture park’ wants every child to experience the creativity it promotes
Amid the gloom and lurgies, teachers still need to be enthusing, engaging and damn-right inspirational. But how?
How to build a primary curriculum, and are Mats exerting too much control in the classroom?
SEND pupils and those who move primaries a lot likely to be 'off-rolled'
Sir Alan Tuckett and Tes FE columnist Sarah Simons discuss the state of adult education
Just like Harry Potter characters, we can suck the life out of the job, says Jo Steer
Floor and coasting standards will remain for the time being, as DfE delays consultation on a replacement
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Cuts are at odds with rising expectations of what schools should offer, stripping education down to the bare bones
Steve Eddison has spent his career teaching, so when he's granted sole charge of little Gracie, what could go wrong?
Staff at the London colleges took four days of strike action earlier this year