The Conservatives green paper, Fulfilling our Potential: Teaching Excellence, Social Mobility and Student Choice, has been accused of “holding our young people and our country back” by Lucy Powell MP.
The South Korean government is planning a controversial change to how schools teach history
With March being Women’s History Month, Leonie Dunn looks at five of the top feminist works from manifestos to fiction
Haider Saleem takes a look at what the Exec have planned for the Union during their year in office.
Sam Dumitriu interviews US campus free speech activist Greg Lukianoff on the fight to defend free speech on campus
Massive Open Online Courses are widening access, but some doubt they can match the student experience
University of Manchester slips one place in world rankings
Reforms to healthcare, education and the welfare state are an attack on the fabric of our society, writes Joe Earle
The winner of a prestigious teaching award has spoken out against the standardised test culture often found in schools. Nancie Atwell believes that this approach limits learning by students
A University of Manchester graduate writes of his experiences helping disadvantaged young people in the Manchester area reach their aspirations through the power of debating
There is a pay gap between state school and private school graduates who achieve the same degree in the same subject, and go into the same profession
Union Exec are “extremely disappointed” by latest course closure
Dana Fowles discusses hitting the dreaded third-year crossroads
Are letters of praise at GCSE going to achieve anything other than patronising students?
The new head of OFFA has promised to encourage wider participation at UK universities