As usual, the conventional wisdom is wrong. So says the <i>FT</i>.
Setting a minimum target, rather than relying on competition, shows a welcome shift in the coalition
People are worried about the future of universities. An elite college stuffed with celebrities is no
Ministers face a spiralling bill for loans after underestimating how many universities would charge
Even the parents wanting to set up free schools are frustrated.
The public is divided on the coalition government's approach to education, according to the results of a New Statesman/ ICD po
While everyone has been distracted by the shake-up of the NHS, Michael Gove has been pushing ahead w
74 per cent oppose tuition fees of £9,000, a <em>New Statesman</em>/ICD poll finds.
Katharine Birbalsingh made her name when she wowed the Conservative Party conference last October. H
FILM: Lecturers go on strike in Bristol.