Scheme will create a 'level playing field' among pupils, but others argue the money could have been better spent
Labour back Lib Dem proposal, but why is sex education still such a controversial issue in the UK?
Government to increase the number of physician Associates, who only need two years of training
Universities might put more effort into helping graduates secure well-paid jobs, but at what cost?
Private messages on WhatsApp group offer 'disturbing insight' into the attitudes at Park View
Inquiry into 'Trojan Horse' allegation finds extremism in 13 schools
Leaked email from assistant head reveals pupils having sex in boarding houses at weekends
A crackdown on school uniform infringements has parents complaining headmaster has gone too far
Sir Michael Wilshaw delivers findings on claims of a hard-line Muslim takeovers in Birmingham schools
Leadership rival May has her wings clipped – while IMF's Lagarde confesses 'We were wrong about UK'
Ministers have fought in public over allegations of a failure to tackle Islamist extremism in schools
Education secretary bids to raise standards 'higher than ever before'
Education secretary wants more British-focused syllabus for English Literature courses
Dennis Publishing has brokered a deal giving school children in the Caribbean island nation a laptop each
Education minister to visit China to find out why their results are so high in global maths tests
The Derby school ‘symbolises everything wrong with free school programme’, claims Labour
As Tory donor is tipped to replace Labour Ofsted chair, talk grows of 'full-blown' conflict in government
The Education Secretary must stop fighting 'The Blob' and listen to education experts, says Sir David Bell
They might give you wings, but caffeine and sugar in drinks cause 'mood swings' in students, says critic
World War One rumpus rumbles on as Sir Tony Robinson accuses Gove of ‘slagging off teachers’