Unison considering 'next steps' after 71% vote for industrial action it claims could disrupt exam results
But academics say it's 'still not clear' why private schools issued more generous grades than expected
DfE says schools are 'best placed to prioritise their spending to support their pupils and students' during biggest rail...
Exam board makes second apology in a week over issues with advance information
Minister's intervention suggests the government may be preparing to climb down on some of the more controversial measures
New national academy trust survey reveals how the sector is gearing up for the government's white paper ambitions
Report from Dame Rachel de Souza calls for better support for school counselling and improved intervention after exclusions
Nadhim Zahawi says increase is 'because we know more can be done in the face of rising costs"'
Academy leader was first RSC to quit for a job in the sector, joining a minister's trust