England's largest provider of data management systems ESS is under investigation for 'suspected breaches of competition law'
Meeting literacy and numeracy targets will require academies' and councils cooperating, says national schools commissioner
Around 1 in 10 recent education undergrads would also have been excluded, think tank warns
The DfE has appointed 13 SEND advisers on salaries of £90k to act as 'critical friends'
‘Ambiguous’ guidance leaves leaders playing Covid guessing game as tests return
Polling shows just one in seven new teachers think the training is a good use of time
Official admits intervention in failing schools is too slow
Leaders say cases show importance of 'sustainable' growth amid ministers' expansion plans
Latest recruit for turnaround trust is first outside the north of England