‘I was in awe of her intellect’: tribute to SEND champion Mary Warnock
Baroness Mary Warnock, who authored a landmark report on children with special educational needs and disabilities, has died at the age of 94.
Councils struggle to recruit educational psychologists
More than two-thirds of local authorities are struggling to fill educational psychologist vacancies, according to new research.
Teaching assistants are invaluable to learning – so why are we being axed?
Schools are broke, but without teaching assistants, children’s education will suffer. We must lobby the government
Number of parents fined for term-time holidays at record level
DfE figures show 260,000 penalty notices for children missing school were issued in 2017-18
England’s post-16 qualifications to be streamlined
Education secretary to launch consultation to check courses are fit for purpose
Universities to be fined for awarding too many top degrees
Education secretary Damian Hinds to take tough measures on institutions found guilty of artificial grade inflation
UK global university ranking Brexit warning
Egypt is famous for its pyramids. The UAE is known for its gilded malls and skyscrapers. Finland, meanwhile, is renowned globally for running a gold-standard school system.