More men teach in independent schools, surveys reveal

More men teach independent schools than women despite more women working in education, ... More

Boarding schools issue Ebola advice to schools concerned about overseas pupils

The Boarding Schools Association has issued guidance on Ebola after some heads asked how to deal ... More

Top private schools 'unwittingly take laundered money from criminals'

Britain’s top private schools are coming under fire from anti-corruption groups for unwitti... More

GDST blog: Making the most of what (and who) you know

Helen Fraser, CEO of the Girls’ Day School Trust, tells Independent Executive why... More

Put a stop to ritualised focus on exams, says Eton head

Britain is “peculiarly uninventive” in its schooling and must not go further down the... More

ISBA blog: ICT in the classroom – a stargazing exercise

Today sees us all living and working in a fast-moving technological world. Schools face particular c... More

Former Ofsted chief attacks 'socially toxic' culture of privilege

Private schools risk becoming cut off from all but the "most excessively wealthy" famil... More

Promote 'having it all' to schoolgirls with caution, says GDST head

Most women no longer have to choose between having a family and pursuing a career, but care needs... More

Private school fee rises 'driven by increase in wealthy foreign pupils'

Sharp rises in private education fees are showing little sign of "slowing down" as scho... More

Top private school headmaster attacks 'politics of envy'

Britain’s education system is being undermined by the “politics of envy” and a ... More

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More men teach independent schools than women despite more women working in education,

Half of women would consider not having children because of risk to their career

Half of women believe that having a baby poses such a risk to their career that they would consid

Going the extra energy saving mile: tips for a more environmentally friendly winter

As the winter months start to set in, it’s that time of year when energy bills tend to rock

Fury as primary head takes week off in term to fly to Caribbean

A headteacher has been branded a ‘hypocrite’ for arranging to take a holiday abroad i

£170,000-a-year ‘superhead’ blew £4,500 on a new desk and £1,700 on a fridge

A primary school ‘superhead’ being paid £170,000 a year refitted her office wit