The government is preparing plans to put pressure on parents to guarantee the good behaviour of their children in school and levy sanctions against those who do not "play their part", according to the education secretary, Michael Gove.
Later this year, British schools will get a new computing curriculum, including an introduction to programming for children as young as five years old.
The home secretary Theresa May has gone public with direct criticisms of education secretary Michael Gove's handling of the Trojan Horse affair – suggesting an internal cabinet tussle over who can be toughest on threats of extremism.
Nigel Farage has declared he wants to see a grammar school in every town and cut the top rate of tax to 40p, as he set out plans to get Ukip's first MPs by "throwing the kitchen sink" at a few dozen constituencies.
The number of women in key roles in the technology industry has remained roughly unchanged for 10 years, a study has shown.
Amazon is offering its rapidly growing army of low-paid staff up to £8,000 towards tuition fees if they want to go on to take further education courses.
At this year’s Bafta video game awards, one of the most telling moments was when Dr Who producer Steven Moffat took to the stage and declared “[Games] are going to own the future. I am here chiefly to crawl to my new bosses.”
Oxford study shows living with someone doesn't stop women developing heart problems but does help them stay alive longer
Holiday resorts - and not inner cities - were identified last week as centres of low ambition and limited opportunity. Beyond the beach, Weymouth is a place beset by low wages, lack of transport, isolation and poverty of aspiration
As early as age 14, researchers say, a child’s grades are a good predictor of whether the child will graduate from college. Why?
Last year, reporters for the Associated Press attempted to figure out which jobs were being lost to new technology.