The number of parents supporting a default ban on all pornographic websites has jumped, according to new research.
Michael Gove has insisted he has the right to force children away from popular books like Twilight in the search for "higher standards".
Education minister Liz Truss has conceded the coalition's childcare plans remain up in the air after Nick Clegg's intervention yesterday.
Michael Gove wants to extend the school day and shorten holidays in order to modernise the '19th century' British education system.
The coalition is trumpeting its childcare support package, but campaigners have expressed bafflement that couples with a joint income of £299,999 will benefit.
Michael Gove has shrugged off allegations that his special advisers bullied civil servants in his department, in a bitterly fought committee session which proved frustrating for both sides.
Michael Gove's reputation as Cabinet's golden boy took a severe hammering this morning, as he announced a humiliating retreat on his ambitious plans for GCSEs to the Commons.
The chairmen of five parliamentary committees have teamed up to demand David Cameron remove international students from the net migration statistics.
Teachers and parents are losing the battle again the "porn version" of sexuality now "swamping" British life, Diane Abbott will say in a speech today.
Opponents of gay marriage took the battle to schools today, with a letter to every state secondary school in England and Wales suggesting they will be forced to teach that gay and heterosexual relationships are equal.
The coalition's plans to help working parents with universal childcare costs are already running into trouble.
Prospective foster parents are to be given more chances to choose the child they will eventually adopt under new plans announced this Christmas.
Over 50,000 fewer students started university this year than in 2011, according to the University and Colleges Admissions Service (Ucas).
Schools need to urgently drop Labour's citizenship classes and replace them with history lessons to deal with the collapse of interest in the subject, MPs said today.
Michael Gove's reputation came under severe criticism today when it emerged his department had created an estimated £1 billion of additional costs in its rush to expand the academies programme.
Relations between the National Union of Students (NUS) and its members hit rock bottom today, after marchers invaded its stage during a speech by its leader.
A new mass student protest will hit central London this week, two years after riots led to fierce clashes with police.
Vulnerable children facing abuse could be affected by spending cuts undermining child protection services, MPs have warned.
The government's flagship policy of getting more young people into apprenticeships has been criticised as being unclear and lacking purpose by MPs.
Even if the legal challenge against this summer's GCSE grading decisions begun today succeeds students will still face uncertainty, a solicitor has warned.
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