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Ofsted's revelation that 200,000 children are stuck in schools unable to achieve a "good" rating shows the scale of the challenge.
New international rankings showing pupils falling further behind in maths and science confirm the desperate need for change.
The policy amounts to a transfer from the very affluent to the merely affluent.
Both parties have identified the problem wih the UK’s paltry adult education system. Neither have a solution that is up to the challenge.
The party must conduct a serious and honest conversation about the Curriculum for Excellence and its unintended consequences.
There is not a school or college in England that has not been touched by school funding cuts.
There is a common meme that the election date falls outside of term time. In most cases, this is untrue.
There's a market in offering toughness on immigration and nostalgia for an imagined past - but it's not one that leads to success, says Bridget Phillpson.
The term, first coined by French sociologist Pierre Bourdieu, is enjoying a renassaince in the schools inspection body Ofsted's new assessment criteria.
The Turkish president is happy to be alone in the world if it means he remains unchallenged at home.
Teachers and lecturers tell us how they're teaching politics in the age of Brexit, and what their pupils make of it.