By dismantling educational infrastructure at such a speed, Gove is ensuring that his successors as Education Secretary will struggle to reverse what he's done.
Martha Gill's Irrational Animals column.
The prospect of learning maths scares us, but actually doing the proper stuff is rather enjoyable.
The concept of the university as a home for disinterested pursuit of scholarship has been under attack for almost 30 years.
The three parties are united behind a failed education consensus. We need a new system that promotes cooperation, not competition.
James Dyson is dead wrong - studying things like "French lesbian poetry” can make people's lives better, even if they don't suck dirt up off carpets.
In 2016, commercial-scale oil production will begin in Uganda. But with only a quarter of all its children in secondary school, how can more of the people – especially girls – benefit from its new wealth?
The Education Secretary plans to introduce tougher tests for trainee teachers, whilst allowing academies to hire unqualified teachers.
There is no evidence that commercial companies would improve results.
The re-education through labour system (known in Chinese as laojiao) is a form of punishment with “Chinese characteristics”. It can be handed down without a trial or prosecution and defence.
As a second-time student who now pays the fees, Steven Baxter has noticed a change in his attitude to learning.
Especially all night, in queues.
It lends itself to headlines, I suppose: “Ebacc to the future”, and so on. But there is nothing very beautiful about the new exam name. Not that exam names have much form. GCSEs were things of acronymic hideousness. O-levels didn’t have much to recommend them either, poetically speaking.
The education secretary believes some of our children are chaff and they must be separated from the wheat.
Adam Creen uncovers the inaccuracies in the paper's big education scoop.
Changes planned for 2015, according to the Mail on Sunday.
It's culturally insulting that only classical and modern language GCSEs count towards Michael Gove’s new English Baccalaureate.
The way to pull down social barriers in England is through reforming education — encouraging private schools to become more involved in the state sector by backing academies. That could also spread excellence.
How Labour can erode the private-state divide.
We are now seeing a dismantling of the three-country system for public examinations.
Education, Education, Education: Reforming England’s Schools - review.
Young people who worked hard have been let down by ministers who will only ever see them as statistics.
A teacher outlines the practical difficulties of improving sport in schools.
Non-conformist queer perspectives offer radical alternatives to notions of "success".
Yet more drama on, or rather about, the playing fields of the UK’s schools.
It's a comforting newspaper staple, but surely all a bit old hat now?
There is no significant evidence for the benefits of competition in education.
The left-leaning middle class struggle to accept fundamental truths about the state of our education system.
Janet Murray's article tries to suggest that liberal beliefs are a naive fairy tale which collapse on impact with the brutal truth.
What is it about the SPUC that makes it more worthy of ministerial attention than the Mumsnetters?