Thirty Shanghai teachers have been flown in by the Department for Education in the hope they can raise flagging standards in schools across England
Study shows ‘maths mastery’ experiment improved children’s scores in English schools after just one year
Professional bodies responsible for education in the early years have expressed their disagreement with your new ‘baseline’ tests for four-year-olds
Although many believe exams need reform, a majority nevertheless believe there has been too much change, with even colleges unclear about new grading system
Trust calls for government to test ways to improve progress as survey finds ‘missing talent’ of children whose results fall between key stage 2 and GCSE
Will this week’s GCSE results reflect students’ hard work – or, as critics claim, efforts by teachers to find the ‘easiest’ exam boards?
Former education secretary Michael Gove wanted more challenging courses to prepare pupils for A-level but Ofqual says some boards should make papers easier
Report says the grade point average system provides students with a more precise grade, which will benefit employers looking to recruit