Today’s news review examines positive coverage of how disadvantaged grammar school pupils perform in their GCSEs, and new guidance for companies around the incoming gender pay gap regulations.
Exams and qualifications
On Thursday 19 January, we published new-look school performance tables based on last summer’s key stage 4 exam results. This Q&A sets out what has changed in the tables, and seeks to answer some of the questions raised by the media …
Writing in the Telegraph today, Schools Minister Nick Gibb explains how today's Key Stage 4 results represent how far our schools have come thanks to the government's changes to the National Curriculum.
Today’s news review examines coverage of the GCSE results tables released today, and concerns around the school census.
Today’s news review examines figures published by the Higher Education Statistics Authority on the proportion of students getting top degrees.
Today’s news review examines coverage of our fairer funding announcement, the Key Stage 2 results tables and a UCAS report.
Today’s news review looks at a report from the University and College Union (UCU) calling for an overhaul of the university application process due to a high proportion of incorrect A-level predictions.
Today’s news review looks at how British pupils compare to their international counterparts, and coverage of the Higher Education and Research Bill.
Today’s news review looks at coverage of asbestos in schools and the announcement that Art History will be kept on as an A-level subject.
Education Secretary Justine Greening has answered questions from students on The Student Room, the largest online student community in the world. Students aged between 14 and 24 submitted questions covering everything from grammar schools, exams, tuition fees to mental health …