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Schools and colleges are in need of a 10-year plan to fix the broken education funding system, the Education Committee said today (19 July).

Universal Credit claimants are being blocked from challenging the Government when they suspect mistakes in their claim.

The Department for Education’s recently announced pledge to improve social mobility offers some hope but is largely flawed

Robert Halfon MP has raised concerns over the effectiveness of the DfE's Opportunity Area programme in improving children's outcomes.

PACEY has released new online resources to support provision for two-year-olds.

Working parents face a holiday childcare bill of more than £800 over the school summer holidays, according to new research.

An interim report from the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Social Integration has called for nurseries to co-locate with care homes to encourage better relationships between generations.

Schools will be able to adopt the revised early years goals in the EYFS a year before early years settings from September 2020.

The situation for private and voluntary nurseries in England is so dire that early years education and childcare are at risk of becoming services that only wealthy families can access, MPs and peers have warned.

The Children’s Commissioner wants the two Conservative leadership candidates to put the billions they have promised for income and corporation tax cuts towards mending broken childhoods.