A recruitment crisis, problems with pupil attendance and the presence of RAAC are all presenting challenges for schools.
The education system in England should move to a model of incremental improvement rather than periods of stasis followed by highly disruptive change.
The government's failure to make contingency plans for schools is the most “unforgiveable aspect” of its handling of education during Covid.
Lord O'Donnell, former Cabinet Secretary, joined us to discuss why the UK has set relatively low capital budgets.
Why Oak National Academy is a positive example of rapid innovation in the delivery of public services.
How to build a coherent all-academy system.
Since their creation in 1999, the devolved governments have chosen to fund and run public services in very different ways.
The chancellor presented his autumn statement alongside the latest forecasts from the independent Office for Budget Responsibility.
Rishi Sunak’s speech made the headlines – but the Conservative Party conference was full of sub-plots worth following.
Capital budgets need to be made less prone to unpredictability.