Just as schools opened their gates for a new term, Michael Gove was back behind his desk this week after a much-needed break from Westminster.
Ashmount Primary in Islington is running a pilot with half of its Year 6 pupils, providing them with one-to-one tuition using teachers based more than 4,000 miles away on the subcontinent - and now
The number of teachers claiming unemployment benefit has risen by 75 per cent in the two years since the economic downturn took hold, The TES can reveal.
Newly qualified teacher Tim Handley has compiled an ebook of the best advice from teachers on how to get through the first year of the PGCE course, incorporating more than 250 pi
New maths and science teachers will get one-to-one support as part of a drive to cut the number of staff leaving the profession.
Teacher training course leaders have been warned not to make any firm offers to students before October’s comprehensive spending review (CSR) amid predictions that the sector is facing drastic cuts
A "desperate" shortage of trained special educational needs (SEN) teachers is leading to vulnerable pupils underperforming in school, according to new research.
Organisation accused of 'touting for business' before Academies Bill has been passed
The leader of teaching union the NUT has given her strongest indication yet that her members could boycott Year 6 Sats tests again next year.
A BBC Panorama programme claimed this week that the country is failing to face up to the problem of around 15,000 teachers who could be "ruining" children's lives.