Academies minister tells school business managers 'you are running businesses'
Investigations reveal raft of concerns at doomed Wakefield City Academies Trust
Bidders for voluntary-aided schools will need a free site and evidence of demand from parents
Council bosses warn schools are being pushed to the brink and need urgent support
Head accuses DfE of 'giving with one hand and taking away with two'
But AET has also been given DfE permission to expand its number of primaries
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'
The DfE's response to the workload crisis is promising, but Ofsted must be on board, too, says Michael Tidd
One in six pupils experiences bullying, with girls more likely to be targeted than boys, report reveals
Floor and coasting standards will remain for the time being, as DfE delays consultation on a replacement
Report brings together information from thousands of academy accounts
£84m centre aims to improve teaching and drive up participation in computer science at GCSE and A level
School dubbed strictest in the country plans to open a new secondary in Hertfordshire
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
Computer science teacher is spared banning order for unprofessional conduct
DfE names and shames 88 academies and multi-academy trusts
Chancellor says a cheque for £50,000 is 'worth having' for secondary schools
DfE gives advice to initial teacher education providers to cut workload for trainees, NQTs and teachers early in careers
Teacher trainers warn that target will not be met
Workload Advisory Group publishes string of recommendations for schools, DfE and Ofsted to reduce burden on teachers
Angela Rayner pledges that a future Labour government would ‘increase per-pupil funding to a record high’
Government to consult schools on the impact of pension hike
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£26m funding followed research showing the benefits of breakfast clubs
Amanda Spielman says lack of information about where children in home education end up is 'perhaps my greatest concern'
Chair of Teaching Schools Council succeeds Christine Quinn and will oversee more than 1,000 academies and free schools
Schools could use money to buy 'a couple of whiteboards'