The number of parents supporting a default ban on all pornographic websites has jumped, according to new research.
Even if the legal challenge against this summer's GCSE grading decisions begun today succeeds students will still face uncertainty, a solicitor has warned.
The Liberal Democrats' flagship policy for disadvantaged children is failing, according to an official report.
Ministers have been left red-faced after it emerged the government had got its figures wrong on the number of playing fields sold off under the coalition.
The coalition's decision to abandon rules ensuring outdoor space per school pupil is coming under fire from campaigners after the Olympics.
Schools will not be able to use pupils' biometric data without parental consent, according to new advice being put forward by the government.
Parents of truanting children are to be fined from their child benefit under new measures to increase school attendance announced today.
Schools watchdog Ofsted is scrapping its 'satisfactory' rating in a bid to improve coasting schools.
Education secretary Michael Gove explains his latest bid to drive up teaching standards in an interview with the Mail newspaper:
National Association of Head Teachers union's general secretary Russell Hobby comments on Michael Gove's plans to drive up teaching standards:
Voice general secretary Philip Parkin comments on Michael Gove's plans to drive up teaching standards:
Headteachers will find it much easier to get rid of poorly performing teachers under a shakeup of rules from Michael Gove.
The schools watchdog's new head has called for the introduction of apolitical local education chiefs.
The coalition is expanding its pupil premium, as part of a bid to narrow educational attainment between the richest and poorest in society.
Education committee chair Graham Stuart comments on the Today programme on the IFS' report on education funding:
A Department for Education spokesperson comments on the IFS report on the funding system used for schools:
Luke Sibieta, senior research economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies, makes the case for reform of the system used for school funding:
The education budget should be inviolate instead of consistently on the chopping block.
Nick Clegg will not "tolerate" state-run schools which are run for profit, he will say in a speech later.
Britain is blighted by "lost souls" which the school system has failed, Michael Gove has said.
Michael Gove continues to hope negotiations will make progress with teaching unions set to strike this Thursday.
Two hundred underperforming primary schools are to be turned into academies, Michael Gove has announced.
Leading teaching union figures have written off negotiations with government officials, increasing the chances of strike action.
Private sector money could be used to fund the construction of 100 new state schools, according to a report.
A prominent teachers' union has begun balloting its members over strike action due to changes to their pensions.