Boys in the Midlands are suffering at school because of the gender gap.Read the full story ›
Children and families affected by a bus crash in Northamptonshire will be offered counselling, their school has said.Read the full story ›
Out of 151 local authorities, Sandwell, Walsall and Wolverhampton are among the worst 25 in England for GCSE attainment.Read the full story ›
Controversial fines for parents who take their children out of school during term-time are being debated in parliament today.Read the full story ›
Two years after the Trojan Horse scandal, children in Birmingham are still not being kept safe, The Head of Ofsted has warned.Read the full story ›
ITV News Central's Education Correspondent Peter Bearne says the two sides are putting a very different spin on the outcome.Read the full story ›
Teachers from Nottingham are taking part in a national strike called by the NUT over threats to school funding, pay and conditions.Read the full story ›
Lisa Potts vowed never to forgive a man who slashed her schoolchildren with a machete. But 20 years on, she explains her change of heart.Read the full story ›
Loughborough MP and Education secretary Nicky Morgan has told Good Morning Britain that she believes today's teachers' strike is "totally unnecessary".
Thousands of children and parents across the Midlands are set to be affected by the latest round of walk-outs.
Ms Morgan also backed Michael Gove as a candidate for the Conservative Party leadership, saying the next Prime Minister needed to be someone who supported leaving the European Union.
NUT acting leader Kevin Courtney said the strike action was being resorted to as school budgets were not keeping pace with rising costs.
Thousands of pupils across the region will be forced to take a day off after teachers voted to go on strike.Read the full story ›