East London meets Findhorn
By Jonathan Dawson - 01 June 15:36

Jonathan Dawson describes what happens when youngsters from East London come to Findhorn

Grammar School fury won't go away
By Brian Coleman - 29 May 11:03

I have yet to find a Conservative MP, London Assembly member, Councillor, or activist who thinks Mr

Brady's stance on Grammar Schools
By Graham Brady - 16 May 16:08

Read the newstatesman.com article that led to Tory frontbencher Graham Brady quitting as shadow Euro

Bottom of the class
By Sarah Birke - 30 April 13:00

<strong>The Great City Academy Fraud</strong>

Francis Beckett <em>Continuum, 174pp, £16.99</em>

The great explicator
By Christopher Bray - 30 April 13:00

<strong>Growing Up in a War</strong>

Bryan Magee <em>Pimlico, 400pp, £17.99</em>

Global Education Action Week 2007
By Hana Bieliauskas - 25 April 13:09

During Global Education Action Week 2007, activities will take place worldwide to raise awareness ab

Tories attacking schools and public services
By Hang Bitch - 19 April 16:38

Hang Bitch returns with a worrying report of life is really like under Cameron's Tories

Sex and contraception
By Josephine Robinson - 19 April 15:17

In her latest entry Josephine explains Roman Catholic thinking on sex and contraception

The greatest created person
By Josephine Robinson - 18 April 10:07

The role of 'Our Lady', educating women and the liberating role of faith

The price of an American education
By Hana Bieliauskas - 04 April 12:02

US student Hana Bieliauskas reveals the terrible financial cost of getting a college education acros

Credit for being progressive?
By Jonn Elledge - 20 March 14:56

One of Tony Blair's greatest legacies could be a £45bn programme to rebuild or renovate every second

Is it all like the Young Ones?
By Veronica King - 16 March 15:49

The NUS's Veronica King tries to dispel some of the myths about student digs

How do you solve a problem like admissions?
By Ben Ullmann - 14 March 11:35

The dilemma of introducing a higher grade at A-level

Heard of U8?
By Lauren Newell - 12 March 16:16

One group of students try to build "global grass-roots" organisation

"If they kill me they have killed an Iraqi patriot"
By Tim Lezard - 12 March 12:00

Tim Lezard talks to a soccer-star headteacher who won't be intimidated by daily threats of death

Bought and sold for English gold
By Neil Dunsire - 09 March 10:45

How Scotland has yet to be consulted over the Treaty of Union that established the UK

The bonding of the angry
By Harry Giles - 05 March 15:37

St Andrews students greet Gordon Brown with 'righteous loudness'

What you call a school is academic
By Peter Wilby - 05 March 12:00

City academies are remarkably similar to the city technology colleges the Tories launched in the 198

Time Out with Nick Cohen
By Nick Cohen - 26 February 12:00

Nick Cohen meets Simon Baron-Cohen, Cambridge professor of developmental psychopathology.

Speak up for free lessons
By Dan Hancox - 26 February 12:00

Observations on language

The myths that trap girls . . . and boys
By Kira Cochrane - 12 February 12:00

How women achieve at school because they've had it "bred into them"

The price of a good read
By James Medhurst - 06 February 16:01

How blind and partially-sighted people are discriminated against when it comes to reading

Do mummy and daddy know best?
By James Medhurst - 17 January 11:59

Ashley X, treatment and whether parents always make the right choices for their children

Toys for guilty parents
By Dea Birkett - 18 December 12:00

The hot toy for Christmas is a fish tank that gives your kids self-esteem - or so the marketing says

Promoting learning and showing respect
By Martin Bright - 11 December 12:00

Cash for schools and colleges is meant to show education will be the glue of a Brown manifesto

An alternative way of learning
By Jonathan Dawson - 08 December 11:02

The story of life at Findhorn continues with an explanation of the community's role in educating peo

By Simon Munnery - 07 December 10:39

The four schools I visited all smelled the same - biscuits and urine. Although on reflection perhap

In praise of the ordinary child
By Viv Groskop - 04 December 12:00

A warning against overstating a child's ability

Fleet Street's maiden aunts
By Peter Wilby - 20 November 12:00

Newspapers have never been good at picking up and responding positively to major social shifts

Divided in peace
By John Kampfner - 20 November 12:00

Northern Ireland is on the verge of a historic power-sharing deal. But any pact between hardline rep