23rd May 2016 05:00am
Tories slam 'eye watering sums' paid by Welsh taxpayers to English universities
Latest figures show nearly £90m in tuition fee grants were made to non-Welsh HE institutions in 2014/15, Welsh Tories say
22nd May 2016 11:55pm
Action urged on northern England schools
Tackling the attainment gap between rich and poor pupils is the key to improving the performance of schools in northern England, a report says.
20th May 2016 04:33pm
Uni chief's £60K rise a 'disgrace'
An overall pay rise of nearly £60,000 for Falmouth University's vice-chancellor taking her wage close to £300,000 angers staff.
20th May 2016 10:27am
New boss for failed children's service
Sunderland's children's services department which was rated inadequate recruits a new boss and takes on more frontline staff.
19th May 2016 11:48pm
Students risk missing referendum vote
UK university students believe the EU referendum will affect their futures, but almost two-thirds do not know when it is happening, suggests research.
19th May 2016 09:56pm
Permission at last granted for new Welsh medium secondary school in Newport
Newport council has given the green light for the new school and for plans to extend Duffryn High school
19th May 2016 03:57pm
Science and languages 'marginalised'
Sir Michael Wilshaw warns pupils are leaving primary school unprepared for science and languages at secondary level.
19th May 2016 01:54pm
Spy service sets school challenge
For the first time France's foreign spy service, the DGSE, sponsors a code-breaking competition in schools.
19th May 2016 11:33am
Pledge to act over term-time holidays
Nick Gibb reiterates a pledge to take all measures necessary to enforce a ban on term-time holidays after a High Court ruling.
19th May 2016 01:21am
Osborne letter pledging to scrap tuition fees surfaces after 13 years
Osborne letter opposing tuition fees surfaces