Upskilling young people to cope with the climate emergency should be fundamental to their education.
The government is set to push through a £20 a week cut to Universal Credit, a decision that will hit 5.5 million families.
The Government must act now to protect children from the profound online harm of viewing online pornography.
Professor Stephen Toope has announced that he will be stepping down as Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge at the end of this academic year. Cambridge University Vice Chancellor Professor Stephen Toope is to step down next year. The Canadian, who has led the university throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, said he will be leaving in […]
Suffolk County Council published an independent report into some elements of its SEND services. Overseen by a team from Lincolnshire, the 21-page report revealed a lengthy list of failings. It is a damning read, but its findings will come as little surprise to the families who have been desperately seeking change for years.
In an interview blunder, Education Secretary Gavin Williamson mixed up rugby player Maro Itoje with football player Marcus Rashford.
The effects of increasing marketisation in higher education have left students paying extortionately high fees for a product regardless of its quality.
Every year there is debate about exam results, but we rarely ask what these exams are for, and whether this is the best way of achieving our purposes
100,000 pupils in the East of England are now taught in ‘super-sized’ classes of 30 or more, a rise of 27% since 2010.