The select committee, which has called for an overhaul of the system, says in a report that the government has no sense of urgency in making sure schools have enough teachers.
England’s largest schools exam board has admitted it made an error in a maths GCSE exam question taken by pupils yesterday (9th June 2016).
The group of parents have accused the Gorse Academies Trust head of running Morley school like a 'jail'.
Abolition of key stage 3 exams has allowed standards to drop and gap between rich and poor to grow, says Sir Michael Wilshaw.
Report submitted to MPs says sexual harassment in schools is not always recognised for what it is.
The U.S. Department of Education announced that its Office for Civil Rights (OCR) has reached an agreement with Occidental College in Los Angeles to resolve a sexual violence and sexual harassment complaint investigation.
New federal data show a continuing deep gulf between the educational experiences of traditionally disadvantaged student groups and their peers on a broad range of indicators.
The federal government accused the New York City Department of Education in a lawsuit on Thursday of engaging in a pattern and practice of discrimination against the three black teachers who worked at the Pan American International High School in Queens.
California Attorney General Kamala Harris has launched an investigation into the use of harsh discipline – including physical restraints and isolation – on students with disabilities who attend publicly funded private special education schools.
Kansas Republicans, irked by a court's threat to keep public schools closed until legislators change the way they're funded, are considering an amendment to the state constitution allowing them to block such rulings in the future.