With grammars and universal school meals, both main parties have decided to answer policy questions no one is asking.
Citizenship classes are treated as a joke, while students can drop the social sciences age 14.
It’s time for post-qualification admissions – the system of predicted grades and clearing harms pupils, universities, and the taxpayer.
University maintenance grants have been replaced by maintenance loans.
The political and policy-based implications of the new Secretary of State for Education.
As universities are addressing sexual consent and lad culture, schools are falling behind on the same issues.
As teachers strike over stretched budgets, here's why our education system needs a new funding formula.
As the student loan repayment threshold falls, we speak to some of the estimated 14,000 students living abroad and defaulting on student loans.
I still have my diary from that summer and a quick glance at it reveals exactly how dedicated I was to my studies.
The Greater Manchester mayoral candidate has suggested ambitious Northern children are mocked. It's a generalisation – but is there a grain of truth in it?
A new legal framework has been needed for five years, but was blocked by the Lib Dems.
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