Department For Education News Feed
We are seeking views on the monetary and financial penalties the Office for Students (OfS) may impose on registered higher education providers.
Travel and accommodation data for senior civil servants at the Department for Education (DfE) for the financial year 2017 to 2018.
Travel and accommodation data for senior civil servants at the Department for Education (DfE) for the financial year 2016 to 2017.
Travel and accommodation data for senior civil servants at the Department for Education (DfE) for the financial year 2015 to 2016.
The Department for Education has set out its objectives and how it will deliver them.
A guide to help governors and trustees make effective decisions when recruiting and selecting headteachers and other school leaders.
Education Secretary unveils plan to provide opportunities on every young person's doorstep in a speech at the inaugural Reform social mobility conference.
The government's national plan to support children and young people to reach their full potential, regardless of background.
Requests from organisations wishing to access national pupil database data, and regular external DfE data shares supported by agreements.
How schools and local authorities spent their funding on education, children's services and social care in the financial year 2016 to 2017.
Jo Johnson met with sector leaders to outline his expectations for tackling senior staff pay at universities
The potential value to the UK economy of improving the GCSE results of disadvantaged pupils in each region of England.
Report evaluating how effective the safeguarding children assessment and analysis framework (SAAF) is in helping social workers protect children from harm.
We're seeking views on a range of proposals to encourage increased provision and uptake of accelerated degree courses in England.
Analysis of the economic impact of proposals set out in the consultation on accelerated degree courses.
More than 60 pledges to encourage flexible working in the teaching profession have been made following the first Flexible Working in Schools Summit
New proposals for two-year accelerated degrees could leave students over £25,000 better off.
At least 300 young people will have the chance to live and work in China following the expansion of a government-funded internship scheme.
The Secretary of State’s letter to the STRB asking for recommendations on teachers’ pay and conditions for 2018.
School Standards Minister Nick Gibb has praised the first cohort of pupils on the Mandarin Excellence Programme for their excellent first year results.