The FT brings analysis of the increasingly available data to measure the performance of the country’s top schools

Tories take schools run for profit off agenda

Nicky Morgan Education Secretary and Minister for Women and Equalities 25/9/14
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Education secretary looks to defuse tensions with teachers

Fifth of primary schools to fail standards

Tough challenges spark fear of ‘mass failure’ in English and Maths

UK Schools

Labour vows to lift national school levels

Shadow education minister looks to extend London Challenge scheme

MPs say academy loopholes must be closed

Conflicts of interest are not being properly managed

Proportion of high GCSE passes rises

Top maths grades increase 4.8 percentage points

Labour blames Tories for large class sizes

Nearly 100,000 UK children taught in classes of 36 or more pupils

Morgan to tighten academy rules

Education secretary’s pledge follows ‘Trojan horse’ inquiry

Morgan set to make peace with teachers

Education secretary expected to soothe anger about Gove reforms

OECD links teacher status to pupil success

Staff in countries with high Pisa scores feel most valued

MPs seek boost for poor white pupils

White working class leave school with worst qualifications

Blair compares school ‘plot’ to Boko Haram

Former PM says radicalism stretches from UK to Africa

A distress signal from the schools system

The Trojan Horse affair shows that the politics of education has become febrile

Ofsted Trojan horse findings spark debate

Agency criticised over failing institutions

MPs say EFA slow to intervene on potential conflicts of interest

Parents fear effect on pupils during exams

Anger that their school has been embroiled in a political row