BAME history becomes compulsory in Wales as debates about decolonising the curriculum in England continue
Artificial intelligence is beginning to impact every aspect of our lives, and our studies are no different. This week, Zain Alden explores how this technology will change the experience of future students
Amelia Cummins discusses the potential medical risks black people could face due to underrepresentation in textbooks and literature
How eugenics has become entangled with British politics and how education is easily confused with advocacy
Alia Nawaz discusses her experience teaching literature in secondary schools
Deputy Head of Marketing Camila Florencia Rusailh and Theatre Editor Jay Darcy attend the launch event of The Lion King
Academies were just under 1% more successful than private schools when it came to securing university places
Krishan Puvvada argues the right to choose a private school education should not be taken away.
The award-winning Trojan Horse is a new play telling the true story of ‘hardline’ Muslim teachers and governors facing accusations of extremism
Scotland become the world’s first country to make LGBTQ+ education a mandatory part of its curriculum
Heidy Lo shares her turbulent experience with online learning from abroad
How AI and education can be used to stunt the further development of humankind’s greatest adversary: climate change
Failure in education is still heavily criticised. But do we need to give ourselves a rest from such pressure and learn to accept our mistakes?
As Storm Ciara causes mass disruption in the UK, how do we prevent big corporations seeking infinite growth at all costs to save our planet?
Dolly Busby reviews the University of Manchester Drama Society’s Education, Education, Education
Alex Cross speaks about the importance of continuing conversations about diversity and inclusion
At its annual party conference in Brighton, Labour promised to end private schools in the interest of “social justice”