In the National Press

2011
VIDEO: Michael Gove: 'we will pull all levers to improve schools' The Telegraph: 8-November-2011
Gove urges local authorities to 'intervene more vigorously' to speed adoptions Daily Mail: 20-October-2011
Gove leads applause for inner city boy, 17, who told how his life was transformed by flagship academy Daily Mail: 5-October-2011
Michael Gove: I'll open at least 50 free schools in the capital vening Standard: 4-October-2011
Conservative conference: Michael Gove on education policy BBC News: 4-October-2011
Gove: the Tories are the party of state schooling The Spectator: 4-October-2011
Gove applauds growth in academies BBC News: 4-October-2011
Teach foreign languages from age five, says Gove BBC News: 1-October-2011
Michael Gove’s great project is transforming education The Telegraph: 3-September-2011
UK riots: Michael Gove pledges to tackle 'underclass’ The Telegraph: 2-September-2011
Riots interview: Michael Gove Channel 4 News: 9-August-2011
Michael Gove streamlines school health and safety rules Sunday Mirror: 3-July-2011
Michael Gove: The Cabinet's greatest success story Daily Mail: 1-July-2011
Michael Gove: communities are rallying around schools that have stayed open The Telegraph: 30-June-2011
Gove: How Asia can teach us a lesson on maths, which should be studied every dayDaily Mail: 30-June-2011
Michael Gove 'sorry' for strikes The Telegraph: 29-June-2011
Michael Gove: teachers' strike is unnecessary The Telegraph: 28-June-2011
Top marks for Michael Gove's teacher training plans The Telegraph: 27-June-2011
Gove calls to keep schools open during strikes BBC News: 27-June-2011
Changes to GCSEs from 2012 The Andrew Marr Show, BBC: 26-June-2011
Gove: Schools under 'moral duty' to break teachers' strike The Telegraph: 24-June-2011
Gove gives schools a war plan to beat strike Daily Mail: 24-June-2011
Gove steps in to keep the schools running The Spectator: 23-June-2011
Michael Gove: private school pupils 'over-represented' in top jobs The Telegraph: 21-June-2011
Michael Gove 'angry' at exam paper errors The Independent: 21-June-2011
Examination system 'discredited', says Michael Gove The Telegraph: 18-June-2011
Michael Gove: Academies deliver results and offer hope BBC News: 16-June-2011
Gove goes forwards, while other reforms stall The Spectator: 16-June-2011
Weakest primary schools to get new management under Gove plan The Guardian: 16-June-2011
Gove: poor primary schools 'to be converted into academies' The Telegraph: 16-June-2011
Michael Gove to set new GCSE targets for schools The Telegraph: 15-June-2011
Gove defends schools funding review BBC News: 11-June-2011
Michael Gove's silent revolution The Telegraph: 25-May-2011
Gove makes it 'faster and simpler' to sack bad teachers Daily Mail: 2-May-2011
Call to publish head teachers' salaries186184 BBC News: 25-Apr-2011
Michael Gove relaunches adoption rules with attack on 'ridiculous bureaucracy' The Guardian: 22-Feb-2011
Adoption shake-up: new guidelines will stop 'social-engineering' The Telegraph: 22-Feb-2011
Gove: Give kids a second chance – like I had The Sun: 22-Feb-2011
White couples must be allowed to adopt ethnic children, new guidance says The Telegraph: 19-Feb-2011
Gove defends faith schools The Guardian: 17-Feb-2011
Michael Gove loses High Court case over scrapping school building projects Daily Telegraph: 11-Feb-2011
Michael Gove was right to scrap Building Schools for the Future Daily Telegraph: 11-Feb-2011
Overall, a win for Gove The Spectator: 11-Feb-2011
Return to Traditional History ‘is in danger’ Daily Express: 30-Jan-2011
Don't dismiss Michael Gove's boot camps out of hand The Observer: 30-Jan-2011
Government gives go-ahead to first eight 'free schools' The Guardian: 29-Jan-2011
Eight free schools in England are close to final approval BBC News: 29-Jan-2011
Gove urges councils to support free schools The Guardian: 28-Jan-2011
Gove threatens to close failing academies The Independent: 28-Jan-2011
Michael Gove on education bill - video The Guardian: 27-Jan-2011
Michael Gove backs Holocaust study aid for schools Jewish Chronicle: 27-Jan-2011
Tough Teacher Powers Under School Reforms Sky News: 27-Jan-2011
Michael Gove's reforms can start a whole new way of learning London Evening Standard: 26-Jan-2011
Gove: Facebook chief a role model for pupils The Independent: 21-Jan-2011
School curriculum 'slimmed down' BBC News: 20-Jan-2011
School curriculum gets back to facts and figures
The Independent: 20-Jan-2011

Improve or go, Gove warns heads The Independent: 15-Jan-2011
'I'd rather watch Selina Scott than Holly Willoughby' says Michael Gove as he blasts BBC over ageism row Daily Mail: 15-Jan-2011
Gove in attack on 'outrageous' behaviour of banks BBC News: 14-Jan-2011
The traditional way to a sound education Daily Mail: 13-Jan-2011
Michael Gove exposes the sham of rising GCSE results The Telegraph: 12-Jan-2011
GCSE league tables commentary: English Baccalaureate 'should not have been rushed in' The Telegraph: 12-Jan-2011
School funding and baccalaureate change league tables BBC News: 12-Jan-2011
Michael Gove school reforms championed by ex-head BBC News: 10-Jan-2011
Teachers MUST be free to touch children, says Gove as he vows to restore common sense in schools Daily Mail: 8-Jan-2011
Michael Gove condemns charities' 'don't touch' warning to teachers The Guardian: 7-Jan-2011
Read tape The Sun: 7-Jan-2011
One in 10 secondary schools is now an academy BBC News: 6-Jan-2011
Gove's school reforms approach a tipping point Spectator: 6-Jan-2011

2010

Gove declares war on failure in our schools Daily Mail: 25-Nov-2010
Gove puts focus on traditional school values BBC News: 24-Nov-2010
Gove unveils package of education reforms BBC Democracy Live: 24-Nov-2010
Gove warns struggling schools of takeover Financial Times: 23-Nov-2010
End to barmy teacher The Sun: 23-Nov-2010
All six-year-olds to be given basic reading test The Telegraph: 22-Nov-2010
Education secretary wants move away from modular GCSEs BBC News: 22-Nov-2010
Teacher training reform is vital to Michael Gove’s plans The Telegraph: 22-Nov-2010
Michael Gove defends school sports funding change BBC News: 21-Nov-2010
Teachers given new powers to discipline pupils The Telegraph: 20-Nov-2010
Gove serves notice on teacher training Times Educational Supplement: 19-Nov-2010
Funding boost for heads to help weak schools in England BBC News: 16-Nov-2010
Top schools can expand to meet demand The Telegraph: 01-Nov-2010
Grammar schools will be allowed to expand The Telegraph: 30-Oct-2010
Gove claims victory over spending deal Times Educational Supplement: 22-Oct-2010
Gove pledges to increase school spending BBC News: 19-Oct-2010
Michael Gove uses Oxford Union tricks to baffle Andy Burnham The Telegraph: 19-Oct-2010
Michael Gove on new out-of-school powers for headteachers BBC News: 5-Oct-2010
School 'no touch' rules to be scrapped - Michael Gove BBC News: 2-Oct-2010
Michael Gove promises 'new deal' for teachers on classroom discipline The Guardian: 01-Oct-2010
Michael Gove orders a review of music teaching BBC News: 24-Sep-2010
Schools inspections slimmed down BBC News: 23-Sep-2010
Michael Gove's attack on 'wild and wacky' teaching The Telegraph: 20-Sep-2010
Michael Gove: Parents prefer strict discipline and school uniforms Evening Standard: 20-Sep-2010
Dangerous Book for Boys culture needed in schools, says Gove The Telegraph: 12-Sep-2010
Gove urges parents to compile their own tables Times Educational Supplement: 10-Sep-2010
Michael Gove brings back technical schools to train new generation of plumbers and mechanics Daily Mail: 10-Sep-2010
Gove vows to give kids trade skills Daily Mirror: 10-Sep-2010
Michael Gove brings back technical schools to train new generation of plumbers and mechanics Daily Mail: 10-Sep-2010
Vocational education has 'lost its way', says Gove BBC News: 9-Sep-2010
First 16 'free schools' details set out BBC News: 6-Sep-2010
Is Michael Gove a lame duck Minister? No, he’s the best chance we’ll ever have to tackle the crisis in our schools Daily Mail: 6-Sep-2010
Michael Gove defends interest in new 'free schools' BBC News: 5-Sep-2010
Gove on 'recycling' of hacking allegations BBC News: 5-Sep-2010
Gove examines ‘baccalaureate’ plan Financial Times: 5-Sep-2010
Gove to introduce baccalaureate for 16 year-olds The Spectator: 5-Sep-2010
It’s time for a new school of thought on youth football development Daily Mail: 4-Sep-2010
Michael Gove: worst primary schools 'will become academies' The Teleghraph: 2-Sep-2010
Michael Gove defends academies plan The Telegraph: 1-Sep-2010
Gove promises 'action' on education inequality BBC News: 27-Aug-2010
Michael Gove's big examination BBC News: 14-Aug-2010
Gove claims schools building plan had a number of flaws BBC News: 28-Jul-2010
'Rich thick kids' do better at school, says Gove The Telegraph: 28-Jul-2010
Armed forces children could get extra school support BBC News: 26-Jul-2010
More cash for schooling of poorer children The Independent: 26-Jul-2010
MPs due to vote on England academies reforms BBC News: 26-Jul-2010
Michael Gove tells parents how to set up schools Sunday Express: 25-Jul-2010
Michael Gove can earn the gratitude of a generation Sunday Telegraph: 25-Jul-2010
Michael Gove: Schools in need will get funds BBC News: 21-Jul-2010
Michael Gove's schools could improve education for all children The Guardian: 21-Jul-2010
'Ample time' for academies Bill, says Michael Gove BBC News: 19-Jul-2010
Michael Gove has found that Whitehall is a difficult beast to master The Telegraph: 17-Jul-2010
Gove on the rack -- but who put him there? The Spectator: 12-Jul-2010
Michael Gove apologises for school building cancellation errors The Telegraph: 7-Jul-2010
Michael Gove: A-level exams should be 'fewer but harder' The Telegraph: 5-Jul-2010
Education Secretary Michael Gove plans A-level reform BBC News: 4-Jul-2010
Michael Gove's education strategy must raise standards Daily Mail: 28-Jun-2010
Gove launches school revolution Sunday Express: 20-Jun-2010
Michael Gove has a precious chance to save our schools from the state The Telegraph: 19-Jun-2010
Houses and shops to become schools Daily Express: 19-Jun-2010
Michael Gove sets out coalition's plan for free schools The Guardian: 18-Jun-2010
700 groups sign up to run new 'free' schools The Independent: 18-Jun-2010
Michael Gove fast tracks parents' schools The Guardian: 18-Jun-2010
Gove eases red tape for 'free schools' Financial Times: 18-Jun-2010
Two-thirds of top schools want to be academies, says Gove The Guardian: 17-Jun-2010
Baker tells Gove he wants to take over failing schools The Independent: 16-Jun-2010
Groundbreaking schools hit back at Michael Gove's critics Sunday Express: 6-Jun-2010
The Cone Secretary...or how a young Michael Gove fell foul of the law Mail on Sunday: 6-Jun-2010

Gove scraps watchdog that was meant to discipline teachers The Independent: 3-Jun-2010
Teachers' disciplinary body axed BBC News: 2-Jun-2010
More than 1,000 schools want to be academies BBC News: 2-Jun-2010
General Teaching Council 'to be scrapped' The Telegraph: 2-Jun-2010
Michael Gove: 'overwhelming' response to academy plan The Telegraph: 2-Jun-2010
Michael Gove: firms free to make profits from academies The Telegraph: 1-Jun-2010
Michael Gove's golden promises The Guardian: 31-May-2010
Top schools will no longer face Ofsted inspections BBC News: 28-May-2010
QCDA exam quango to be scrapped BBC News: 27-May-2010
Michael Gove: academies will be norm in England The Telegraph: 27-May-2010
How academies will
benefit ALL pupils
 The Sun: 27-May-2010

Gove: I’ll fight to set schools The Sun: 27-May-2010
EVERY school should become an academy: Gove's challenge to England's 20,000 headteachers Daily Mail: 27-May-2010
Gove hopes academy schools will become the norm Financial Times: 26-May-2010
Profile: Michael Gove BBC News: 11-May-2010
Number of academies in London to triple this year
London Evening Standard: 26-May-2010

Moves To Turn More Schools Into Academies Sky News: 26-May-2010
Michael Gove invites schools to become academies The Telegraph: 25-May-2010
Cameron's cabinet: A guide to who's who BBC News: 11-May-2010
Gove prepared to give up cabinet seat BBC Andrew Marr Show: 9-May-2010
Michael Gove: I lack what it takes to be prime minister Sunday Telegraph: 9-May-2010
General Election 2010: Michael Gove - an education visionary or just a dreamer? The Telegraph: 29-Apr-2010
Tories: we will have 'hundreds of parent-led schools in first year' Sunday Telegraph: 25-Apr-2010
Gordon Brown shamed over his leaflet campaign Express: 24-Apr-2010
My birth mother knows who I am, but I'll never try to track her down Daily Mail: 23-Apr-2010
Tories urge Gordon Brown to apologise over leaflet 'lies' Telegragh: 23-Apr-2010
One in three schools suffering too much bad behaviour Daily Mail: 23-Apr-2010
Interrogation by email: Michael Gove explains his plans for Britain's schools The Independent: 20-Apr-2010
Question Time BBC: 15-Apr-2010
Tory manifesto: we can fix broken Britain Channel 4 News: 13-Apr-2010
Conservatives to let private firms run state schools at a profit The Times: 10-Apr-2010
Tories try to harness parent power The Independent: 9-Apr-2010
More pupils in 'titan' schools, say Tories The Telegraph: 4-Mar-2010
'We'll set schools free in weeks': Tories promise grammar-style schools revolution Daily Mail: 3-Mar-2010
Gove promises best schools an Ofsted-free future The Guardian: 3-Mar-2010
Tories want politician-free exams BBC News: 2-Mar-2010
Michael Gove: top schools to be spared Ofsted inspections The Telegraph: 1-Mar-2010
Conservatives 'to rush in new law on academies'BBC News: 1-Mar-2010
Independence for schools within months of Tory winThe Telegraph: 1-Mar-2010
Tories would scrap new duty for parents that educate children at homeThe Times: 25-Feb-2010
Ofsted: Labour school reforms 'not working'The Telegraph: 24-Feb-2010
Is a 2.2 from a lesser known university better than a third from a more prestigious one?:The Times: 24-Feb-2010
Put your questions to Michael Gove, the Conservative spokesman for schools, Wednesday 12.30pmThe Times: 23-Feb-2010
Michael Gove: 'My first priority is to improve state schools'The Independent: 18-Feb-2010
Conservatives attack Labour over inequalityThe Telegraph: 15-Feb-2010
Primary teachers fail basic maths testThe Telegraph: 15-Feb-2010
Poor children a year behind when they start school, study saysThe Times: 15-Feb-2010
The Tories take the fight to Labour over social justiceThe Spectator: 14-Feb-2010
'Parents aren't getting what they want'BBC Andrew Marr Show: 14-Feb-2010
£600m for sick teachersNews of the World: 14-Feb-2010
Tories will allow top schools to claim academy statusDaily Mail: 05-Feb-2010
We'll publish Shannon Matthews care report in full, pledge ToriesThe Times: 28-Jan-2010
Will the Gove schools be so successful that the Scots and Welsh adopt them?The Spectator: 23-Jan-2010
Union warns teachers not to break up playground fightsThe Independent: 23-Jan-2010
'Worthless qualifications' give false hope to state pupils, says Harrow headThe Guardian: 22-Jan-2010
Conservatives promise to make teaching 'elitist'BBC News: 18-Jan-2010

2009

Assaults by youngest pupils 'rising'BBC News: 31-Dec-2009
90% of pupils miss GCSE target in some areas, Conservatives sayThe Guardian: 29-Dec-2009
Pupils being failed in poor areas, say ToriesThe Telegraph: 29-Dec-2009
School Truancy Higher Among Poorest PupilsSky News: 28-Dec-2009
Tories 'would persuade Charity Commission to drop private school bursary demand'The Telegraph: 24-Dec-2009
Tories would let public schools keep charitable status, says GoveThe Independent: 24-Dec-2009
Gove: 'League tables will be here to stay if you elect us'The Independent: 21-Dec-2009
Tories to pay top teachers' loansFinancial Times: 04-Dec-2009
Pupils failed by 'intellectually deficient' examsThe Telegraph: 01-Dec-2009
The thinktank Reform urges schools to focus on academic subjectsThe Guardian: 01-Dec-2009
Steiner schools -- has their time come?The Guardian: 01-Dec-2009
Tory plan for MPs to sit through AugustThe Guardian: 24-Nov-2009
We'll give our schools power to halt bullyingNews of the World: 22-Nov-2009
It will take nerve to free schools from Whitehall's ruinous gripThe Telegraph: 21-Nov-2009
Teachers can start their own schools under a Tory governmentThe Times: 14-Nov-2009
More children in larger schoolsBBC News: 12-Nov-2009
Schools objectivesBBC News: 05-Nov-2009
Entry requirements for teachersThe Independent: 05-Nov-2009
Give head teachers greater powers, says Michael GoveThe Times: 05-Nov-2009
Foreign language teaching is in declineThe Independent: 30-Oct-2009
Tories pledge teacher training cashPress Association: 22-Oct-2009
Tories back 'Teach First' schemeBBC News: 22-Oct-2009
Tories attract new backers for plan to boost academiesThe Times: 19-Oct-2009
Politicians should follow example of John Buchan, says Michael GoveThe Telegraph: 10-Oct-2009
Vow to offer state schools independenceFinancial Times: 08-Oct-2009
Must do better: Michael Gove delivers damning report on schoolsThe Guardian: 07-Oct-2009
Must do better: Michael Gove delivers damning report on schoolsThe Guardian: 07-Oct-2009
Conservative conference: Michael Gove gets an A*The Telegraph: 07-Oct-2009
Every town to have technical school under Tory plans, says Michael GoveThe Telegraph: 06-Oct-2009
Tories plan 'technical schools'BBC News: 05-Oct-2009
Michael Gove: the man in charge of children and familiesThe Times: 04-Oct-2009
School consultants 'earned £170m'BBC News: 06-Sep-2009
GCSE pupils asked to name illegal drug: New dumbing-down row over this year's exams:Daily Mail: 24-Aug-2009
Mischief with the real Tory 'heir to Blair'The Independent on Sunday: 23-Aug-2009
Record A grades prompt plea for new marking plan to split the differenceThe Times: 21-Aug-2009
Points for 'tougher' A-levelsThe Sun: 17-Aug-2009
Tories want to promote science in league tablesThe Independent: 17-Aug-2009
Tories review points system to end 'dumbing-down' of educationThe Times: 17-Aug-2009
Tories push for recognition of 'hard' examsFinancial Times: 16-Aug-2009
Tories announce major overhaul of school exam system and league tablesThe Telegraph: 15-Aug-2009
Michael Gove: You Ask The QuestionsThe Independent: 10-Aug-2009
Top mandarin: 15% of Neets die within 10 yearsTimes Educational Supplement: 07-Aug-2009
1 in 5 kids fail exam in EnglishThe Sun: 05-Aug-2009
Schools hiring more specialist PE teachers than history teachersThe Telegraph: 04-Aug-2009
History 'Sirs' crisisThe Sun: 04-Aug-2009
FALLING STANDARDS OF ENGLISH PROVE LABOUR IS FAILINGDaily Express: 04-Aug-2009
Victorian tests will go online under ToriesThe Independent: 03-Aug-2009
Michael Gove: 'It is a school's ethos that matters'Daily Telegraph: 03-Aug-2009
Conservatives plan to publish Victorian-era exam questionsThe Guardian: 02-Aug-2009
Cameron admits taste for the trashy as MPs reveal their summer readingThe Times: 01-Aug-2009
Exam board poised to withdraw from 'poor man's A-level' diplomasThe Telegraph: 01-Aug-2009
Michael Gove is the latest celebrity victim of swine fluThe Times: 25-Jul-2009
Tories have learnt the fine art of mixing with the trendsettersThe Times: 25-Jul-2009
Tories plan to bring back O-level to boost exam standardsDaily Mail: 24-Jul-2009
GCSE science exams are often 'woefully inadequate'The Telegraph: 16-Jul-2009
The science cover-up: Experts accused of hushing up report saying GCSEs have been dumbed downDaily Mail: 16-Jul-2009
Teachers failing simplest of testsDaily Express: 12-Jul-2009
How to give all our children an A* educationDaily Mail: 12-Jul-2009
Academics condemn the maths A-level made easyDaily Mail: 10-Jul-2009
Michael Gove on Daily PoliticsBBC Daily Politics: 09-Jul-2009
Debate on schools' filmBBC Daily Politics: 09-Jul-2009
Tories to fund alternative Montessori and Steiner state schoolingDaily Mail: 09-Jul-2009
Alternative state schools 'will expand under Tories'The Telegraph: 09-Jul-2009
End of the blame game: Tories to sack ministers for failings of quangosThe Independent: 07-Jul-2009
Tories to make it harder to teachBBC News: 02-Jul-2009
Tories move to raise the standard of teachersThe Spectator: 02-Jul-2009
Trendy teaching is 'producing a generation of history numbskulls'Daily Mail: 02-Jul-2009
The Tories' higher goal for educationThe Spectator: 01-Jul-2009
'Simple' Sats tests face criticismThe Telegraph: 26-Jun-2009
Ed Balls's plan to grade schools A to F 'will not help parents'Daily Mail: 22-Jun-2009
Ed Balls to ditch league tables in favour of school 'report cards'The Times: 21-Jun-2009
School inspectors told to avoid bad teachersThe Telegraph: 20-Jun-2009
Cheap holidays blamed as more pupils skip schoolThe Telegraph: 18-Jun-2009
The Full Story: PM's questionsBBC News: 17-Jun-2009
Tories plan to shift Sats to secondary schoolsThe Guardian: 14-Jun-2009
Tories propose school test reformBBC News: 14-Jun-2009
Leading article: A welcome change of heart on SATsThe Independent: 14-Jun-2009
Education: The numbers gameThe Guardian: 14-Jun-2009
TORIES TO END SATS TESTS FOR 11-YEAR-OLDSDaily Express: 14-Jun-2009
Government still failing pupils from poor families, claim ToriesThe Guardian: 08-Jun-2009
Textbooks axed as exam fees rise by £100mThe Telegraph: 21-May-2009
'Give kids a right royal rollicking'The Independent: 05-May-2009
Conservative party: Thirty years onThe Guardian: 05-May-2009
GCSEs are too easy and should be abolished. DiscussThe Times: 05-May-2009
Thousands of children to miss out on primary school choice in recessionThe Telegraph: 04-May-2009
Millions 'wasted' advertising A-level alternativeThe Telegraph: 03-May-2009
Leading article: This is not the radical reform primary education needsThe Independent: 01-May-2009
Charm versus cojonesThe Economist: 30-Apr-2009
Number taking GCSE in English literature fallsThe Guardian: 29-Apr-2009
English lit 'shunned by students'BBC News: 28-Apr-2009
Minister brushes off attacks on new diplomasFinancial Times: 27-Apr-2009
Ed Balls under pressure to axe his academic diploma plan 'or risk havoc'Daily Mail: 26-Apr-2009
Digging for victory: Schools back gardens planIndependent on Sunday: 26-Apr-2009
Primary schools to be turned into academies under ToriesThe Telegraph: 25-Apr-2009
Tories plan to create thousands of primary academiesThe Guardian: 25-Apr-2009
More pupils carry weaponsDaily Express: 11-Apr-2009
Teachers being turned into social workers, warns Michael GoveThe Telegraph: 09-Apr-2009
Will they ever learn?The Telegraph: 09-Apr-2009
Teachers need protection, say ToriesThe Independent: 06-Apr-2009
Too old, too fat, too rich: why too many people can't adopt a childThe Times: 02-Apr-2009
Top head warns against Sats' 'cramming culture' as quarter of 11-year-olds fail English and mathsDaily Mail: 01-Apr-2009
Colleges and schools told they will not get funding for every sixth-formerThe Guardian: 31-Mar-2009
League tables compiled without marksThe Telegraph: 28-Mar-2009
Primary schools 'failing the brightest pupils'The Telegraph: 27-Mar-2009
It's still about schoolsEconomist: 26-Mar-2009

We'll publish Shannon Matthews care report in full, pledge ToriesThe Times: 28-Jan-2010
Will the Gove schools be so successful that the Scots and Welsh adopt them?The Spectator: 23-Jan-2010
Union warns teachers not to break up playground fightsThe Independent: 23-Jan-2010
'Worthless qualifications' give false hope to state pupils, says Harrow headThe Guardian: 22-Jan-2010
Conservatives promise to make teaching 'elitist'BBC News: 18-Jan-2010
Assaults by youngest pupils 'rising'BBC News: 31-Dec-2009
90% of pupils miss GCSE target in some areas, Conservatives sayThe Guardian: 29-Dec-2009
Pupils being failed in poor areas, say ToriesThe Telegraph: 29-Dec-2009
School Truancy Higher Among Poorest PupilsSky News: 28-Dec-2009
Tories 'would persuade Charity Commission to drop private school bursary demand':The Telegraph: 24-Dec-2009
Tories would let public schools keep charitable status, says GoveThe Independent: 24-Dec-2009
Gove: 'League tables will be here to stay if you elect us'The Independent: 21-Dec-2009
Tories to pay top teachers' loansFinancial Times: 04-Dec-2009
Pupils failed by 'intellectually deficient' examsThe Telegraph: 01-Dec-2009
The thinktank Reform urges schools to focus on academic subjectsThe Guardian: 01-Dec-2009
Steiner schools -- has their time come?The Guardian: 01-Dec-2009
Tory plan for MPs to sit through AugustThe Guardian: 24-Nov-2009
We'll give our schools power to halt bullyingNews of the World: 22-Nov-2009
It will take nerve to free schools from Whitehall's ruinous gripThe Telegraph: 21-Nov-2009
Teachers can start their own schools under a Tory governmentThe Times: 14-Nov-2009
More children in larger schoolsBBC News: 12-Nov-2009
Schools objectivesBBC News: 05-Nov-2009
Entry requirements for teachersThe Independent: 05-Nov-2009
Give head teachers greater powers, says Michael GoveThe Times: 05-Nov-2009
Foreign language teaching is in declineThe Independent: 30-Oct-2009
Tories pledge teacher training cashPress Association: 22-Oct-2009
Tories back 'Teach First' schemeBBC News: 22-Oct-2009
Tories attract new backers for plan to boost academiesThe Times: 19-Oct-2009
Politicians should follow example of John Buchan, says Michael GoveThe Telegraph: 10-Oct-2009
Vow to offer state schools independenceFinancial Times: 08-Oct-2009
Must do better: Michael Gove delivers damning report on schoolsThe Guardian: 07-Oct-2009
Must do better: Michael Gove delivers damning report on schoolsThe Guardian: 07-Oct-2009
Conservative conference: Michael Gove gets an A*The Telegraph: 07-Oct-2009
Every town to have technical school under Tory plans, says Michael GoveThe Telegraph: 06-Oct-2009
Tories plan 'technical schools'BBC News: 05-Oct-2009
Michael Gove: the man in charge of children and familiesThe Times: 04-Oct-2009
School consultants 'earned £170m'BBC News: 06-Sep-2009
GCSE pupils asked to name illegal drug: New dumbing-down row over this year's examsDaily Mail: 24-Aug-2009
Mischief with the real Tory 'heir to Blair'The Independent on Sunday: 23-Aug-2009
Record A grades prompt plea for new marking plan to split the differenceThe Times: 21-Aug-2009
Points for 'tougher' A-levelsThe Sun: 17-Aug-2009
Tories want to promote science in league tablesThe Independent: 17-Aug-2009
Tories review points system to end 'dumbing-down' of educationThe Times: 17-Aug-2009
Tories push for recognition of 'hard' examsFinancial Times: 16-Aug-2009
Tories announce major overhaul of school exam system and league tablesThe Telegraph: 15-Aug-2009
Michael Gove: You Ask The QuestionsThe Independent: 10-Aug-2009
Top mandarin: 15% of Neets die within 10 yearsTimes Educational Supplement: 07-Aug-2009
1 in 5 kids fail exam in EnglishThe Sun: 05-Aug-2009
Schools hiring more specialist PE teachers than history teachersThe Telegraph: 04-Aug-2009
History 'Sirs' crisisThe Sun: 04-Aug-2009
FALLING STANDARDS OF ENGLISH PROVE LABOUR IS FAILINGDaily Express: 04-Aug-2009
Victorian tests will go online under ToriesThe Independent: 03-Aug-2009
Michael Gove: 'It is a school's ethos that matters'Daily Telegraph: 03-Aug-2009
Conservatives plan to publish Victorian-era exam questionsThe Guardian: 02-Aug-2009
Cameron admits taste for the trashy as MPs reveal their summer readingThe Times: 01-Aug-2009
Exam board poised to withdraw from 'poor man's A-level' diplomasThe Telegraph: 01-Aug-2009
Michael Gove is the latest celebrity victim of swine fluThe Times: 25-Jul-2009
Tories have learnt the fine art of mixing with the trendsettersThe Times: 25-Jul-2009
Tories plan to bring back O-level to boost exam standardsDaily Mail: 24-Jul-2009
GCSE science exams are often 'woefully inadequate'The Telegraph: 16-Jul-2009
The science cover-up: Experts accused of hushing up report saying GCSEs have been dumbed downDaily Mail: 16-Jul-2009
Teachers failing simplest of testsDaily Express: 12-Jul-2009
How to give all our children an A* educationDaily Mail: 12-Jul-2009
Academics condemn the maths A-level made easyDaily Mail: 10-Jul-2009
Michael Gove on Daily PoliticsBBC Daily Politics: 09-Jul-2009
Debate on schools' filmBBC Daily Politics: 09-Jul-2009
Tories to fund alternative Montessori and Steiner state schoolingDaily Mail: 09-Jul-2009
Alternative state schools 'will expand under Tories'The Telegraph: 09-Jul-2009
End of the blame game: Tories to sack ministers for failings of quangosThe Independent: 07-Jul-2009
Tories to make it harder to teachBBC News: 02-Jul-2009
Tories move to raise the standard of teachersThe Spectator: 02-Jul-2009
Trendy teaching is 'producing a generation of history numbskulls'Daily Mail: 02-Jul-2009
The Tories' higher goal for educationThe Spectator: 01-Jul-2009
'Simple' Sats tests face criticismThe Telegraph: 26-Jun-2009
Ed Balls's plan to grade schools A to F 'will not help parents'Daily Mail: 22-Jun-2009
Ed Balls to ditch league tables in favour of school 'report cards'The Times: 21-Jun-2009
School inspectors told to avoid bad teachersThe Telegraph: 20-Jun-2009
Cheap holidays blamed as more pupils skip schoolThe Telegraph: 18-Jun-2009
The Full Story: PM's questionsBBC News: 17-Jun-2009
Tories plan to shift Sats to secondary schoolsThe Guardian: 14-Jun-2009
Tories propose school test reformBBC News: 14-Jun-2009
Leading article: A welcome change of heart on SATsThe Independent: 14-Jun-2009
Education: The numbers gameThe Guardian: 14-Jun-2009
TORIES TO END SATS TESTS FOR 11-YEAR-OLDSDaily Express: 14-Jun-2009
Government still failing pupils from poor families, claim ToriesThe Guardian: 08-Jun-2009
Textbooks axed as exam fees rise by £100mThe Telegraph: 21-May-2009
'Give kids a right royal rollicking'The Independent: 05-May-2009
Conservative party: Thirty years onThe Guardian: 05-May-2009
GCSEs are too easy and should be abolished. DiscussThe Times: 05-May-2009
Thousands of children to miss out on primary school choice in recessionThe Telegraph: 04-May-2009
Millions 'wasted' advertising A-level alternativeThe Telegraph: 03-May-2009
Leading article: This is not the radical reform primary education needsThe Independent: 01-May-2009
Charm versus cojonesThe Economist: 30-Apr-2009
Number taking GCSE in English literature fallsThe Guardian: 29-Apr-2009
English lit 'shunned by students'BBC News: 28-Apr-2009
Minister brushes off attacks on new diplomasFinancial Times: 27-Apr-2009
Ed Balls under pressure to axe his academic diploma plan 'or risk havoc'Daily Mail: 26-Apr-2009
Digging for victory: Schools back gardens planIndependent on Sunday: 26-Apr-2009
Primary schools to be turned into academies under ToriesThe Telegraph: 25-Apr-2009
Tories plan to create thousands of primary academiesThe Guardian: 25-Apr-2009
More pupils carry weaponsDaily Express: 11-Apr-2009
Teachers being turned into social workers, warns Michael GoveThe Telegraph: 09-Apr-2009
Will they ever learn?The Telegraph: 09-Apr-2009
Teachers need protection, say ToriesThe Independent: 06-Apr-2009
Too old, too fat, too rich: why too many people can't adopt a childThe Times: 02-Apr-2009
Top head warns against Sats' 'cramming culture' as quarter of 11-year-olds fail English and mathsDaily Mail: 01-Apr-2009
Colleges and schools told they will not get funding for every sixth-formerThe Guardian: 31-Mar-2009
League tables compiled without marksThe Telegraph: 28-Mar-2009
Primary schools 'failing the brightest pupils'The Telegraph: 27-Mar-2009
It's still about schoolsEconomist: 26-Mar-2009
Primaries will teach seven-year-olds to speak properlyThe Times: 26-Mar-2009
A strong family and small state ought to go hand in handThe Telegraph: 26-Mar-2009
More than 100,000 children languish in 'coasting' schools, figures showThe Telegraph: 23-Mar-2009
WHY WE COULD LEARN FROM SWEDEN'S IKEA EDUCATIONDaily Express: 22-Mar-2009
Manners matter more than grades, say parentsThe Observer: 22-Mar-2009
LET SCHOOLS STAY OPEN ON SATURDAYS, TORIES URGEDaily Express: 21-Mar-2009
Tory Wants More School Hours And Shorter HolsSky News: 21-Mar-2009
Saturday class call by ToriesThe Sun: 21-Mar-2009
Pupils 'should be rewarded for taking harder subjects'The Telegraph: 20-Mar-2009
Let schools open on Saturdays, say ToriesThe Telegraph: 20-Mar-2009
Teenage magazines are guilty of sexualising childrenThe Telegraph: 19-Mar-2009
Teachers walk out in trainers rowBBC News: 16-Mar-2009
New Shoesmith row as Baby P boss makes £1m sex bias claim... while report Ed Balls refused to make public is leakedDaily Mail: 16-Mar-2009
John Rentoul: Labour's lucky. Michael Gove's a one-offThe Independent: 15-Mar-2009
Our schools need a tough reformerThe Sunday Times: 15-Mar-2009
Nationwide isn't that different from the high street banks after allDaily Mail: 14-Mar-2009
Teen magazines are sexualising readers, says watchdogThe Telegraph: 14-Mar-2009
Fatal failuresThe Sun: 13-Mar-2009
Brilliant. UK education gets an A* for defeatismThe Times: 13-Mar-2009
'Cinderella service' will be shaken up, minister pledgesThe Guardian: 13-Mar-2009
NO MORE EXCUSES BABY P'S SOCIAL WORKERS ARE TOLDDaily Express: 12-Mar-2009Up to 200,000 children in homes with high risk of violenceThe Telegraph: 12-Mar-2009 2008
Academies are creaming off best headteachers, research suggestsThe Guardian: 09-Jun-2008
There is more to the Conservative team than Steve HiltonThe Telegraph: 06-Jun-2008
School maths flops turn to Sudoko to sharpen their mindsDaily Mail: 03-Jun-2008
Maths exams 'have become easier'BBC News: 03-Jun-2008
Passing GCSE maths 'has become much easier'The Independent: 03-Jun-2008
Half of teachers have no degree in their subjectDaily Express: 03-Jun-2008
Making maths fun!GMTV: 02-Jun-2008
Tories outline support for a free-for-all education systemThe Guardian: 02-Jun-2008
Youth drink guidance for parentsBBC News: 02-Jun-2008
Schools tests branded a 'fiasco' as organisers deny papers are missingThe Independent: 01-Jun-2008
Tory call to enforce knife lawsBBC News: 01-Jun-2008
Interview with Michael GoveBBC Andrew Marr Show: 01-Jun-2008
David Cameron eyes Swedish education modelThe Telegraph: 30-May-2008
Tories 'would keep two-tier education system'EducationGuardian.co.uk: 27-May-2008
New diplomas 'were to be promoted through Hollyoaks'The Telegraph: 26-May-2008
The Tories must share their new visionThe Telegraph: 26-May-2008
Tories need an education policy. Here's oneThe Telegraph: 21-May-2008
MPs criticise testing 'shambles'BBC News: 19-May-2008
Tories to tell off scruffy teachersThe Sun: 15-May-2008
We'd offer Labour Schools minister a job, say ToriesThe Independent: 15-May-2008
Conservatives attempt to poach Lord AdonisThe Times: 14-May-2008
Tories attack scruffy teachersThe Times: 14-May-2008
1 in 7 pupils passes fewer than 5 GCSEsThe Mirror: 12-May-2008
Minister defies critics on school leaving ageMetro: 12-May-2008
Brighton College drops history, geography and REThe Times: 10-May-2008
Children being failed by progressive teaching, say ToriesThe Guardian: 09-May-2008
Truancy up 4,000 per dayThe Mirror: 07-May-2008
Interview with Michael GoveTelegraph TV Right On: 07-May-2008
Time to examine Conservative policiesThe Telegraph: 06-May-2008
Poorer children more likely to fail examsThe Times: 06-May-2008
Boris Johnson to learn from Michael BloombergThe Telegraph: 05-May-2008
Primary schools suspend 1,000 under-sixesThe Telegraph: 05-May-2008
240 primary pupils sent home each dayDaily Express: 05-May-2008
National Song-book project falls flatThe Telegraph: 04-May-2008
David Cameron is profiting from 10p tax row, but for how long?The Times: 30-Apr-2008
Who first called Gordon Brown a ditherer?The Telegraph: 21-Apr-2008
GCSEs expose increasing gap between rich and poorThe Independent: 21-Apr-2008
Muslim moderates 'face hate campaign'The Observer: 20-Apr-2008
A lesson for us allScotland on Sunday: 20-Apr-2008
Huge increase in unqualified teachersThe Guardian: 16-Apr-2008
Increase in unqualified teachersBBC News: 16-Apr-2008
Sharp rise in the number of unqualified teachersThe Independent: 16-Apr-2008
Tory report identifies the truancy hot spotsThe Guardian: 13-Apr-2008
Let teachers restrain pupils physically, say ToriesThe Telegraph: 08-Apr-2008
We'll make it harder for school troublemakers to beat expulsion, vow ToriesDaily Mail: 07-Apr-2008
Tory vow to oust school yobsThe Sun: 07-Apr-2008
£2,700 to buy a place at schoolsThe Sun: 03-Apr-2008
Hundreds of qualifications for teenagers likely to go in vocational diploma reforms:The Guardian: 01-Apr-2008
Pupils still fail to sit core GCSEsThe Daily Telegraph: 31-Mar-2008
Diplomas begin replacing A-levelsBBC News: 31-Mar-2008
Michael Gove's idea to free our failing schoolsDaily Telegraph: 25-Mar-2008
Tories to end town hall grip on failing schoolsDaily Telegraph: 25-Mar-2008
Tories attack 'opportunity block'BBC News: 25-Mar-2008
Tories seek to outflank Gordon Brown on city academiesThe Times: 25-Mar-2008
Teens reject leaving age of 18The Guardian: 25-Mar-2008
Failing schools to be taken out of council control, Conservatives pledgeDaily Mail: 25-Mar-2008
Weaker pupils worst hit by big class sizesGuardian: 24-Mar-2008
A classic encounter of Northern toebangersDaily Mail: 21-Mar-2008
Schools minister sparks fury over '70 in a class' claimThe Mirror: 20-Mar-2008
Ed Balls 'tried to bury schools bad news'Telegraph: 14-Mar-2008
'Parents have little choice in selecting schools'Telegraph: 10-Mar-2008
30,000 pupils miss all school choicesThe Times: 09-Mar-2008
'Super diploma' blow to A-levelsTelegraph: 07-Mar-2008
Sharp slump in the number of male headteachers over abuse fearsDaily Mail: 06-Mar-2008
Sharp slump in the number of male headteachers over abuse fearsDaily Mail: 05-Mar-2008
Tories pledge to scrap school lottery systemTelegraph: 04-Mar-2008
Criticism over 'anti-British' history classesTelegraph: 03-Mar-2008
New school admission code hits pushy parents, survey findsThe Guardian: 03-Mar-2008
More than 100,000 pupils turned down by their chosen school, report showsDaily Mail: 03-Mar-2008
Tories pledge to end places lotteryPress Association: 02-Mar-2008
Interview with Michael Gove MPBBC Politics Show: 02-Mar-2008
Tories will scrap 'this unfair roll of the dice'Telegraph: 02-Mar-2008
A third of pupils fail targets in core subjectsTelegraph: 29-Feb-2008
Percentage of kids passing maths tests fallsMirror: 28-Feb-2008
School truants hit record 63,000 a dayDaily Express: 27-Feb-2008
Truancy rate hits a record level as schools reject 'weak' excusesThe Times: 26-Feb-2008
Record number of children skipping schoolThe Guardian: 26-Feb-2008
Figures reveal school choice mythpolitics.co.uk: 26-Feb-2008
Up to 50pc of children fail to get a place at the school they wantDaily Mail: 25-Feb-2008
Taxpayer-funded scheme asks the under-FIVES how the country should be runDaily Mail: 24-Feb-2008
Free school meal pupils lose out in race for top A-levelsThe Guardian: 23-Feb-2008
Fury as oral tests to be axedThe Sun: 18-Feb-2008
Rise expected in pupils denied school choiceTelegraph: 16-Feb-2008
Pupils 'pass' language exam without speakingTelegraph: 16-Feb-2008
Pass mark for SATs test to be lowered to prevent students failingDaily Mail: 15-Feb-2008
Parent power: The comprehensive created by mums and dadsThe Independent: 14-Feb-2008
Every child in school numbered for lifeThe Times: 13-Feb-2008
Pupils will be tagged with a 'learner number'Telegraph: 13-Feb-2008
Every pupil to be numbered and kept on Government database FOR LIFEDaily Mail: 13-Feb-2008
The hair and beauty diploma - worth 3 1/2 A levels - that doesn't actually involve cutting any hairDaily Mail: 11-Feb-2008
Exam marks probed by watchdog in wrong grades scareDaily Mail: 08-Feb-2008
30,000 pupils leave school at 16 and have nothing to show for itThe Times: 08-Feb-2008
Plan to detect rogue exam resultsBBC News: 08-Feb-2008
Tank tops are backNew Statesman: 07-Feb-2008
Demand brings a new Chinese GCSEBBC News: 07-Feb-2008
School rebuilding timetable slipsThe Guardian: 06-Feb-2008
Let 'cotton-wool kids' hang out on the streetsThe Times: 06-Feb-2008
School modernisation slips againBBC News: 06-Feb-2008
Home visit from nurse for all babies, say ToriesTelegraph: 04-Feb-2008
Cameron wants a home nurse for every mum in new 'family-friendly' planDaily Mail: 04-Feb-2008
Quarter of rural schools in perilTelegraph: 04-Feb-2008
Fightback begins as schools face axeGuardian: 03-Feb-2008
Popular state schools barred from picking middle class children over poorer pupils:Daily Mail: 03-Feb-2008
Pushy' parents hit by school rulingsThe Times: 03-Feb-2008
Grammars 'should be forced to abandon selection'The Times: 01-Feb-2008
White working class boys failingBBC: 31-Jan-2008
Number of science trainees dropPress Association: 25-Jan-2008
Millions wasted on school contract bidsGuardian Unlimited: 20-Jan-2008
Yesterday in parliamentGuardian Unlimited: 15-Jan-2008
Forcing teens to stay at school worthlessDaily Express: 14-Jan-2008
Rise in school leaving age to 18 'ill-conceived'Sunday Times: 13-Jan-2008
At least half a million pupils are attending failing schoolsThe Times: 10-Jan-2008
600,000 kids at failing schoolsThe Sun: 10-Jan-2008
Half of English teens falling short on Three RsTelegraph: 07-Jan-2008
Bulldozers ready to destroy Deepcut BarracksTelegraph: 07-Jan-2008
GCSE failures mount as boys fall behindGuardian Unlimited: 06-Jan-2008
Children lost to our new giant schoolsTimes Online: 06-Jan-2008
Goodbye, Mr Chips: Two out of three teachers are women as men shun the classroomDaily Mail: 04-Jan-2008
Troubled super-schools on increaseTelegraph: 03-Jan-2008
Supersize comprehensives blamed for bad behaviour in the classroomThe Times: 03-Jan-2008
Pupils in large schools 'treble'BBC News: 03-Jan-2008
Tories warn of discipline problems in big schoolsIndependent: 03-Jan-2008 2007
Rich pull away from poor in the classroomThe Times: 31-Dec-2007
Schools Secretary appeals for more reading (as 71 libraries close in one year)Daily Mail: 31-Dec-2007
Thousands of teachers 'flee unruly classrooms'Telegraph: 28-Dec-2007
Teachers 'quit jobs' in thousandsBBC News: 27-Dec-2007
Smart school uniforms linked to academic success of UK's schoolsDaily Mail: 27-Dec-2007
While Blair converts to Catholicism, only 8 Ministers say they believe in GodDaily Mail: 22-Dec-2007
A GCSE in French without reading the languageTelegraph: 22-Dec-2007
Newsnight Review of the Year 2007BBC 2: 21-Dec-2007
New diploma worth more than 3 A-levelsTelegraph: 19-Dec-2007
School results still depend heavily on classGuardian Unlimited: 13-Dec-2007
Thugs who say sorry won't go to courtDaily Express: 12-Dec-2007
Gove: Gloop lets children downpolitics.co.uk: 11-Dec-2007
Children's plan is flawed, says NUTGuardian Unlimited: 11-Dec-2007
Psst! Guess who my heroines areThe Sunday Times: 09-Dec-2007
Britain nosedives in education league tablesTelegraph: 06-Dec-2007
British pupils falling in world rankingsThe Times: 05-Dec-2007
More expulsions of violent children overruledTelegraph: 03-Dec-2007
Money for special needs pupils 'being misspent'Telegraph: 26-Nov-2007
How to build a school with parent powerThe Sunday Times: 25-Nov-2007
Geekishly attractiveNew Statesman: 22-Nov-2007
Tories' schools revolutionThe Telegraph: 21-Nov-2007
Cameron seeks greater equality in education action planGuardian Unlimited: 20-Nov-2007
Tories vow to wipe out mixed ability classesEvening Standard: 19-Nov-2007
Children to read by six - ToriesBBC News: 18-Nov-2007 2006
Exit Winston Churchill, enter Twitter ... Yes, it's the new primary school curriculum:Daily Mail: 25-Mar-2006 2005
Interview with Michael Gove MPTelegraph TV Right On: 07-May-2005