In some countries, hours vary considerably between full-time teachers – but the same isn’t really true of England
How much data are schools collecting – and how much do teachers think they should be collecting?
How do Ofsted ratings relate to how much data a school collects?
School funding is likely to be a key issue in the coming election. But how much is spent on schools and other parts of the education system?
Choice of reading matter does make a difference, data from PISA suggests
For some pupils, a third of the GCSE-age gap already exists at age five
There are quite substantial differences when value added is looked at by region
Why the Department for Education’s main way of measuring teacher workload is not fit for purpose
New research on the amount of time teachers spend on teaching and non-teaching activities