Tax cuts for me, but not for thee.
A new legal framework has been needed for five years, but was blocked by the Lib Dems.
In some ways I don’t feel like a teacher at all any more. What I didn’t realise when I started back in 2010 is that the job would get harder each year.
Parents are keeping their children away from school to highlight the dangers of “over testing” young pupils.
Is a university education in this country really worth £44,000, and how does our system compare to higher education funding elsewhere?
Sometimes, it takes a surprising turn of events – or even the promise of a reward – to start someone off reading.
Recent statistics suggest almost 6 million adults in the UK have low levels of literacy. But I'm optimistic for change – after all, who wouldn't want to harness all that potential talent?
From cabinet ministers to self-proclaimed progressives, plenty are willing to make the “people are stupid” argument. But there's more than one type of political literacy.
From The Thirty-Nine Steps to a potted history of England, the books we're given can have a big impact.
Black and mixed ethnicity girls are more likely to read than any other ethnic group. So why are there so few books for them?
New Statesman staff members India Bourke and Henry Zeffman talk about how books crept up on them via other interests.
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