Even if the legal challenge against this summer's GCSE grading decisions begun today succeeds students will still face uncertainty, a solicitor has warned.
The government should go ahead with its plans to introduce "payment by results" for teachers to weed out those whose students perform poorly, say MPs.
Education secretary Michael Gove explains his latest bid to drive up teaching standards in an interview with the Mail newspaper:
National Association of Head Teachers union's general secretary Russell Hobby comments on Michael Gove's plans to drive up teaching standards:
Voice general secretary Philip Parkin comments on Michael Gove's plans to drive up teaching standards:
Headteachers will find it much easier to get rid of poorly performing teachers under a shakeup of rules from Michael Gove.