1 octoberIn the news today: four out of five graduates who left university at the start of the recession report being in 'top jobs', research claims young people are increasingly using YouTube, Google and social media for careers advice, and university rankings place 34 UK universities in the top 200 in the world.
28 septemberIn the news today: David Cameron is "committed" to universal infant free school meals, almost half of primary heads have concerns about SATs marking, and some GCSE papers may be marked overseas due to a shortage of examiners.
28 september-2 octoberThis week's headlines include Ofsted announcing plans to delay inspection of new schools until their third year of opening, David Cameron expressing his commitment to universal infant free school meals, and shadow education secretary Lucy Powell saying that Labour would bring academies and free schools under greater local authority oversight.
29 septemberIn the news today: Nicky Morgan has been called on to address the lack of women headteachers, shadow education secretary Lucy Powell says Labour would give local authorities more power to intervene in academies and free schools, and a survey suggests parents do not understand government changes to education.
30 septemberIn the news today: research suggests primary schools are a major factor in the success of London schools, Lucy Powell has said there will be "no more free schools" under a future Labour government, and watching films may help to boost literacy.