Some incorrect claims have been made about the Teaching Excellence Framework, including the changes to tuition fees that have been proposed. Here we set out the facts.
To mark GCSE results day, School Standards Minister Nick Gibb writes in today's Telegraph to congratulate the hundreds of thousands of 16-year-olds who received their results.
The Education Secretary Justine Greening and School Standards Minister Nick Gibb congratulate the hundreds of thousands of 16-year-olds receiving their GCSE results today.
Today’s news review looks at a government study of health and wellbeing, university fees, and our new Core Maths qualification.
School Standards Minister Nick Gibb congratulates everyone collecting their results today, Universities Minister Jo Johnson writes for the Telegraph to mark results day, and we highlight how others are reacting to today's news.
On A level results day, the Universities Minister writes in today’s Telegraph that we want universities to wipe out mediocre teaching and drive up student engagement.
Today’s news review looks coverage of an analysis of pupil deprivation in schools.
Today we published local authority data on penalty notices, parenting orders and parenting contracts for unauthorised absence in schools for 2013/14 and 2014/15.
Today, 23 June, the National Union of Teachers (NUT) in England announced its intention to strike on 5 July, despite less than a quarter of its members voting.
Today, 19 June, the Sunday Times has published two misleading stories, one on term time holidays and another on gender identity in single-sex independent schools.