Watchdog also has concerns about 'worrying' gaps in SEND provision
Group says inspectors already focusing more on curriculum under the current system
The way that progress data is used to hold primary schools to account isn’t working, says our data columnist
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DfE told to 'slay three-headed dragon' of workload, underfunding and accountability
Marking workload, changes in education policy and school inspection blamed for stressed out teachers
Independent schools falling short on standards of education, leadership and pupil welfare
Poll shows parents and teachers are concerned about schools offering a 'bare-bones education'
It is time to accept that schools and colleges cannot change the life-chances of disadvantaged students on their own
But Gibb says new assessment 'designed so that it is easy to use for both teachers and pupils'
Pupils will get six seconds to answer a question in the new multiplication tables check, beginning in 2019-20
YouGov poll finds nearly half of profession backs crackdown on schools that informally exclude pupils
Floor and coasting standards will remain for the time being, as DfE delays consultation on a replacement
The only way Ofsted can save itself is to introduce a framework that genuinely helps schools to improve, says JL Dutaut
Inspectors are investigating illegal schools 'with one hand tied behind their back', official warns after prosecution
But study still shows a link between Ofsted judgements and progress scores
Former schools tsar Sir David Carter says the extra layer of accountability would 'create other problems'
From the moment the phone rings until the second Ofsted leaves the building, schools are far removed from 'carrying on as normal'
The inspectorate wants to hold schools to account for inclusion, but it needs to get the measure right, says Rob Webster
Ofsted considers rewarding schools for ensuring pupils complete their studies
Inspector had warned that a 'treadmill' of inspection activity was forcing senior staff to leave Ofsted
How can a teacher be held accountable for results when so many factors are beyond their control, asks Joe Baron
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Inspectorate tells heads that framework changes must not be delayed
Education secretary is 'open-minded' about role of Ofsted
Ofsted chief inspector announcing more details of controversial new inspection framework
The next 12 months must be about building confidence in multi-academy trust model – and here’s how, says Leora Cruddas
School leaders hoping to put their region on the education map
Academy leader says Ofsted must stay neutral over school curriculum
Your questions answered on Angela Rayner's plans