Just 4 per cent of children's books published in UK last year featured characters from BAME backgrounds, study shows
In education, male voices too often dominate, despite the majority of teachers being female, writes the Tes editor
Exclusive: Research finds that free schools have more affluent intakes than surrounding neighbourhoods
It is logical for girls and boys to wear the same uniform – but pupils should have freedom of choice, says Natasha Devon
Legal action planned over government's decision to delay the introduction of a GCSE in British Sign Language
London Pride might be happening this Saturday, but it’s never too late to hold your own event, says Katie White
The Good Morning Britain host took part in a debate about dozens of UK schools banning skirts
And teachers need to be there to guide and support them in those aspirations, writes one headteacher
Expert international advisors say forcing change through legislation could damage education
In single-sex schools girls are empowered to hold their own in a world that remains unequal, writes Kevin Stannard
New mothers should be able to bring their child to a nursery at their school and breastfeed during the working day
We must smash both the glass ceiling for women and the glass door into the home for men, writes Yvonne Williams
We have made giant leaps forward in gender equality. Next, we must encourage girls to be the first to put their hand up
Move designed to tackle anti-Muslim prejudice and councils' 'inconsistent approaches'
One senior leader on how her school is moving from a policy of ‘gifted and talented’ towards ‘stretch and challenge’ for all
The CEO of the Girls’ Day School Trust Cheryl Giovannoni on why teachers are ideal role models for young women
Admissions body says it does not know why black applicants are disproportionately flagged but promises investigation
We must redistribute Oxbridge's resources and create comprehensive universities for all, argues Rebecca Alper
30 years on from Section 28, we can't be complacent about LGBT rights in schools, writes David Weston
One teacher explains how the role of 'gender champion' has been created at her school to tackle unconscious gender bias
President of CBI warns increased focus on immigration could 'light a fuse' in schools
The gender imbalance in early years is partly down to prejudice – and it's not good for the pupils, writes James Bowen
Teachers need to give girls confidence and instil in them a pride in their assertiveness, writes one headteacher
Greening: If job candidates have equal grades, those from Eton are 'less impressive' than those from a struggling school
Poorer pupils miss out on school trips and avoid subjects where extra charges are applied, Scottish inquiry hears
'The evidence suggests that the gender pay gap is bigger in academies than in local authority schools'
There is a bias against female teachers that is wholly...
Fairness and equality in further and higher education are...
The difference in what men and women in FE earn is 24 per...
'Pay, promotion and pregnancy leave: the reasons our female teachers are still unequal in education'
A subliminal lesson in schools – that women are teachers and...
'The UK must relax about men interacting with children if we want more male early years and primary teachers'
We've made good progress on tackling the stereotype of 'male...