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Fewer young people are still learning after the age of 17 in the UK, a survey suggests.
National Association of Head Teachers to conduct pilots of its own inspection regime, which it is calling Instead.
Now that SATs are done and dusted, tell us what you are planning for your year 6 class this summer.
Headteachers are to set up their own alternative school inspection service to Ofsted after claiming the watchdog is responsible for a dramatic increase in stress levels in the profession.
With 360 of the targeted 500 teaching schools established, Nick Morrison explores their potential for driving school improvement.
Survey finds feedback training receives just 4% of funds, despite being the most cost effective means of assisting pupils.
Education secretary suggests A* and A grades may be replaced by one to four scale to create more distinctions in highest grades.
How do students best pick up languages? Martin Williams talks to academics, teachers and multi-lingual speakers to find out about the science of learning a language.
Pupils in England will be required to spell 'separate' and 'necessary' and quizzed on punctuation in controversial new exam.
Suspicions are growing that truly original ideas for schools that could help disaffected children are being rejected. Rachel Williams reports on bids that didn't make it.