Research raises concerns that A-level subject choices may disadvantage bright pupils from poor backgrounds
Lib Dems claim comes as DfE stats published today show a rise in the proportion of large secondary classes
Not one school has successfully changed or quashed an Ofsted report following a legal challenge in the past three years, Tes investigation reveals
The Supreme Court has today ruled on a decision believed to affect all teachers working in sixth-form colleges
Ministers’ grammar school plans have been dealt two blows, with lawyers arguing that a key plank of the scheme is 'not lawful' and plans for a comprehensive to convert scuppered by lack of parental support
Skills Funding Agency 'is taking steps to commence legal proceedings' over University of Lincoln's plans to redevelop a portion of its Riseholme campus
The Association of Colleges AoC and Havering Sixth Form College had jointly instigated a judicial review into the decision to open a new school sixth form in Hornchurch
The issue of parents taking children out of school in term time has been in the headlines over the last few months – but what are the rules for teachers?
Judge says the case of a child taken to Florida during the school term raises a point of 'general public importance'
'The Baker Small Twitter storm highlights how money is being taken away from the children who need it most'
SEND tribunals are commonplace across the country and one teacher argues that the recent social media furore around legal firm Baker Small shows that we need to reassess whether this is money well spent
The lack of belief in children as learners leads to excessive policing of students and a self-fulfilling prophecy
Putting girls on the spot and then publicly shaming them for saying no to prom proposals sends out a dangerous message
Students from New College Lanarkshire commissioned to create a layman’s guide to Scottish law for refugees