Schools in England are struggling to support the 1.1 million pupils with special needs or disabilities (SEND) in mainstream classrooms, a report says.
NCTL panel's recommendation that Greg Wallace – once praised as 'magnificent' by Michael Gove – should carry on teaching is overturned.
The BBC Micro Bit, the tiny computing device designed to get children coding, is going on sale to the general public.
Some headteachers are opposing the plan, which gives children a two-week October half term instead.
School Dash analysts suggest that white European children may improve their school's academic attainment levels as a result of greater work ethics.
Dinah Sykes, a parent of two boys in a suburb of Kansas City, started noticing changes to her children’s public schools a few years ago. Class sizes were growing.
The White House is announcing a new Federal policy statement from the U.S. Departments of Health and Human Services and Education on better supporting our country’s youngest dual language learners (DLLs) in early childhood programs.
The researchers amalgamated decades of studies to produce what they said was the first report to isolate the role of suspensions in increasing dropout rates and to quantify the economic cost of suspending students on a national level and in two states, California and Florida.
Schools across the country are preparing to formally track students from military families, monitoring their academic progress as they move from military base to military base and state to state, under a new provision in the federal education law.
Rhode Island state police say an investigation into dozens of sexual abuse allegations at a prestigious boarding school has resulted in no criminal charges.