Leaked Ofsted proposals prompt DfE to restate need for exams to judge school performance
Children's homes hit back at heads' claims that their areas are unsuitable for children in care due to gangs and drugs
Concerns raised that support staff are an ‘underpaid, undervalued part of a school team’
Children in some areas are five times more likely to have graduate staff in early years than in others, charity reveals
If I behaved in the classroom as Boris behaves in politics, I would be disciplined, writes one teacher
Teenage asylum seeker in Glasgow achieves outstanding exam results despite living in fear of deportation
Department will not publish methodology for determining pay grants for schools until after consultation on teacher pay
Education secretary talks about Tes' #LetThemTeach campaign to add the whole teaching profession to visa priority list
Scottish schools have been 'hammered' by austerity since 2010, says Labour after commissioning independent analysis
Remote-controlled robot with rotating head allows children to join in with class from hospital
NEU executive members look at 'national action' over teacher pay deal, but joint general secretary focuses on positives
The Federation of Awarding Bodies will not launch a judicial review, and hopes to 'reset' relationship with government
Teachers brand the tests ‘completely useless’ and ‘cruel nonsense’, saying pupils who guess answers are scoring highly
Damian Hinds cares about social mobility - but he must focus on adult literacy and numeracy, writes Stephen Evans
Damian Hinds also announces a new big data project that 'could influence social mobility policy for decades'
When even MPs are breaking with tradition and going open collar, why are schools still so tied up in uniform policy?
Tom Starkey loves working in FE - but doesn't think college teachers should put up with the pay gap
The teacher pay issue is only part of the problem – schools need funds to fix leaking roofs and avoid redundancies, writes Ed Dorrell
The head who leads the campaign against funding cuts says the reception to his work has been 'intimidating' at times
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Bonuses for directors, billions below budget and the costs of cancelled free schools - what the DfE accounts reveal
'Fundamental weaknesses' found in the Department for Education's approach just three months before rules came into force
MPs write to home secretary urging him to add the whole teaching profession to the 'shortage occupation' list
Open letter to minister says broken pledge will deny thousands of disadvantaged children 'vital support'
What will the Federation of Awarding Bodies' legal action against the Department for Education mean, asks Smita Jamdar
Unsuccessful TLIF bidders told there has been a 're-prioritisation'
MP backs Tes' #LetThemTeach campaign and raises case in Parliament of special school unable to recruit Canadian teacher
ITV political editor bemoans 'decline' in status of teachers and constant 'reinvention' of the education system
T levels are supposed to transform post-16 education, but Tom Starkey has his doubts about the qualifications
With government focused on Brexit and the NHS, the funding crisis in schools is being overlooked, writes Ed Dorrell