League tables fail to consider 'trauma' faced by pupils in areas hit by violent crime, says London headteacher
ESFA also clamps down on related-party transactions
Abroad, schools encourage individuality and creativity, but in the UK excessive accountability makes this impossible
Schools pay meticulous attention to their budgets: is it time they did the same with workload?
New academies tsar may not be in post for 1 September
The quality and quantity of independent alternative provision across the country revealed by crowd-sourcing research
'Cast-iron' behaviour policies are alluring in their simplicity, but do they result in long-lasting behavioural change?
Somehow the profession has allowed itself to be dominated by politicians – but now it's fighting back, says Geoff Barton
Instead, we need to think more deeply about ensuring the inspection is valid and reliable, writes one expert
Data drops do nothing to improve education – it's time for meaningful conversations about data instead
'Campus cops will not help close the gap', argues charity
Explaining the education secretary's handbrake turn on school accountability.
Education secretary seeks to ease the accountability burden on schools
Current system 'not fit for purpose'
Education secretary's promise to provide more clarity about accountability should be welcomed, says one educationalist
Paul Whiteman liked what the education secretary had to say
Former education secretary says 'life moves on' as DfE scales back forced academisation
The Tes team discuss Damian Hinds' radical overhaul of how schools are held to account
Broad welcome for DfE proposals to overhaul school accountability system
Education secretary's pledges to ease accountability pressures win applause from headteachers at NAHT conference
Ofsted failure set to be the only trigger for forced academisation
DfE to consult on a single new measure to trigger 'offer of support'
Changes designed to offer schools more clarity, transparency and space
Teachers will oversee statutory tests for six- and seven-year-olds this month
Inclusive schools that do 'the right thing' and accept pupils are being penalised under Progress 8, research shows
The departing national schools commissioner says he has achieved what he set out to
Sir David Carter, national schools commissioner, calls for new measure to assess schools' performance on social mobility
Watchdog's education director says schools should not design assessment based on what they think Ofsted wants
Raising temperatures: funding, futile tasks and testing
Expert says 'anomalously high' primary school test scores...