DfE academy system figures reveal wide regional variations
Investigations reveal raft of concerns at doomed Wakefield City Academies Trust
Just 45 out of 213 big paying trusts have agreed to cut executive wages after DfE asked for justification
But AET has also been given DfE permission to expand its number of primaries
MP demands urgent meeting with Hinds
Report brings together information from thousands of academy accounts
More than 90 trusts had a 'material uncertainty to continue as a going concern' due to 'financial issues'
Trust didn't deduct tax and national insurance from £145,006 of extra payments made to chief executive's service company
DfE publishes list of the 125 academy trusts that paid at least one person a salary of more than £150,000 in 2016-17
New Department for Education accounts show that 185 trusts had deficits totalling £65m in 2016-17
Proportion of academy trusts paying salaries above £100,000 has increased, while those paying £150,000 has stayed the same
DfE names and shames 88 academies and multi-academy trusts
Ex-academy chief found guilty of unprofessional conduct for receiving ‘second salary’ while head of Perry Beeches trust
What if, after a bad Ofsted rating, Socrates had an appointment with a MAT? A philosophy teacher imagines the scene...
Chair of Teaching Schools Council succeeds Christine Quinn and will oversee more than 1,000 academies and free schools
'School' will feature three secondary schools and highlight the struggles they face
Re-brokering deal marks end of chain's involvement in northern schools
Government can't solve education's problems – it must empower schools, communities, teachers and parents, says JL Dutaut
But the academy trust insists no such conversation took place
More schools are investing time in developing what they teach pupils in the early stages of secondary, says academy boss
England's two largest primary-only MATs call on government to remove barriers to recruiting international teachers
Tribunal finds Mr Nolan's 'second salary' constituted 'conduct that may bring the profession into disrepute'
While private schools enjoyed the best A-level results, 16-19 free schools had the highest results in the state sector
Hinds seeks 'urgent answers' from Labour on academies
It wouldn't be the reversal of academisation but it could make some sense of a confused schools system, says Ed Dorrell
The next 12 months must be about building confidence in multi-academy trust model – and here’s how, says Leora Cruddas
Sir David Carter suggests trusts should slim down their senior or middle leadership teams
Meet the academy leader who thinks Angela Rayner is 'so cool'
Turner Schools would look at 'offering elements or modules of university courses to oldest students'
Former DfE national schools commissioner Sir David Carter unveils new role training MAT leaders