Department For Education News Feed
Regional Schools Commissioner Dominic Herrington to become acting National Schools Commissioner from the beginning of September 2018.
Report on updates made to the LMI For All database for 2016 to 2017.
Education Secretary sets out plans to boost training for governors and strengthen accountability of academies
Damian Hinds calls on leading employers to lend their business expertise to support schools to improve education for every child
The List pays tribute to those helping enhance the lives of children and young people with improvements to education, children’s services, and social mobility.
Get help recruiting maths and physics teachers trained in Australia, New Zealand, Canada and USA.
Technical specification and validation rules describing the requirements for the school-level annual school census (SLASC) 2019.
The Universities Minister calls for a better deal for students at the HEPI annual conference.
Press release: Northern Powerhouse Minister calls for ‘Ivy League of the North’ to rival the best universities in the world
Jake Berry speaks at the first ever Northern Powerhouse Higher Education summit.
Universities risk jeopardising the credibility of the sector unless they improve the value offered by all courses, says Sam Gyimah.
Analysis of the relative economic value of different degrees, as measured by graduates’ earnings and employment rates.
The panel members, along with the chair Edward Timpson, will review the most serious child safeguarding cases to share lessons and improve practice.
Statistics on approved placements by type, gender, age and length of stay.
Research into international teacher recruitment and the attitudes and experiences of school leaders and teachers.
The plan sets out how the government will improve support for carers in England over the next 2 years.
Funding for local authorities to appoint virtual school heads to support the education of previously looked-after children.
Assessment of impact of the regulatory framework for Social Work England, the new regulatory body for social workers in England.
The process for requesting initial teacher training places for the 2019 to 2020 academic year.
Education Secretary launches crackdown on “excessive” teacher recruitment costs.
Guidance from the government on how the Institute for Apprenticeships should carry out its functions for the 2018 to 2019 financial year.