13th March 2016 03:07pm
Education is 'toughest reform' - Blair
Changing the education system is "one of the most difficult things" for a government, said former UK prime minister Tony Blair.
13th March 2016 11:04am
The vice-chancellor who stuck two fingers up at government
Wales’ longest-serving vice-chancellor has announced his resignation after 18 years at the helm. But what is his legacy? Education Editor Gareth Evans looks back in time
13th March 2016 12:12am
UK teacher in final for global prize
A London maths teacher is among the top 10 finalists for a $1m global teaching prize.
12th March 2016 04:58pm
School chief bans use of 'Trojan Horse'
Birmingham's education commissioner says he has banned the use of the term "Trojan horse" to describe the allegations of attempts to take over schools in the city.
12th March 2016 04:32pm
'Gilded youths need to learn to fail'
High-achieving children need to understand failure if they are going to have resilience in adult life, says a former head of Eton.
12th March 2016 03:33pm
Jordan warns of refugee school pressure
A failure to provide education for refugees escaping the conflict in Syria risks creating a generation of extremists, warns the deputy prime minister of Jordan.
11th March 2016 04:14pm
University Phileas Fogg party 'racist'
A Cambridge University student party is halted in a row over political correctness after concerns it had the "potential for offence".
11th March 2016 12:34pm
'Make Playmobil friends' with immigrants
A new study is to look at whether playing with ethnic Playmobil could help immigrants settle in at school.
11th March 2016 10:00am
Pembrokeshire school closure plans given green light
A new school to replace three rural primaries has gone before county councillors
10th March 2016 08:25pm
Ofsted hits out at academy boss pay
Sir Michael Wilshaw says top executives at England's biggest academy chains are getting huge salaries and sitting on reserves while failing pupils.