On 21 February, many of the great and the good will gather at the House of Commons to help the National Union of Students celebrate its 90th birthday.
Lifting the penalty on early student loan repayments won't be enough to keep the Tories happy.
The Education Secretary's free-market reforms to our school system are a political time bomb waiting
The system and its generous provisions need to be aggressively marketed.
Applications in England, where fees will hit £9,000 per year, are down nearly 10 per cent.
Richard Evans's reputation as one of the finest academic historians of his generation is well deserved.
Michael Gove argues that schools should teach children about kings, queens and wars. He's offering a
Peter Wilby offers a guide to interpreting the red tops, worries about Mitt Romney, is alarmed about
In 1934, Stalin told Soviet historians to change the way they taught history in schools. He disapproved of their textbooks, which did not offer the triumphant cavalcade of national heroes he considered appropriate.
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An investigation by the <em>Telegraph</em> lays bare the problem of exam boards competing for busine
Last night a lecture at Cambridge by the minister for higher education was cancelled following a stu
Can inspirational LGBT figures help the victims of homophobic bullying?
In a cynical bid to curb immigration, the government has tightened the screws on the higher educatio
Forget the old idea that students don’t care about wider politics, says David Miliband. My tour of u
Evidence published by the Ministry of Justice discredits Gove's view on the causes of the riots.
University applications plummet by 9 per cent after fee cap is raised to £9,000.
Society of Editors call for changes to new Education Bill.
Sir Michael Wilshaw, the new head of Ofsted, on competition, discipline, and the incredible success
Most newspapers thought that, given the paucity of evidence against her, Italian judges were right to acquit Amanda Knox of murdering the British student Meredith Kercher. Not the Daily Mail.
Westminster seems to have signed off on education reforms. But the grassroots haven't.
Sacked by Cambridge University amid accusations of
heroin-dealing and terrorist links, he became t
The University of Cambridge is not the best university in the world.
"I want to see all of the second wave free schools in poorer neighbourhoods."
What lies behind the seemingly inexorable spread of religious-based education?
EMA helped the poorest working class pupils to struggle on in education and avoid dropping out.
Equality of access to academic subjects is a positive goal, but the strategy is redundant if the mos
Does charging English students tuition fees violate human rights law?
More than half of English universities expect fewer students as a result of the fees rise.
Universities UK head Steve Smith supported the government's tuition fees rise but he fears the immig