Is News Corp looking to set up its own free schools?
Instead of fighting for greater professionalism in teaching, the unions are engaged in a war against
Peter Wilby’s engaging and entertaining take on the big stories of the week.
The epidemic of youth unemployment is betraying the promise of globalisation – but it doesn’t need t
It's a private university, for the products of private schools.
The real reason to oppose the New College of the Humanities.
Ministers face a spiralling bill for loans after underestimating how many universities would charge
It is short-sighted to give education no value unless it makes a direct economic contribution to the
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 poll.
EMA reforms in England will force teachers to ration funding.
British schools have become joyless production lines. This is the moment for change.
While everyone has been distracted by the shake-up of the NHS, Michael Gove has been pushing ahead w
If the LSE asks for £8,500, how can lesser universities justify charging the full £9,000?
74 per cent oppose tuition fees of £9,000, a <em>New Statesman</em>/ICD poll finds.
British universities need to keep their doors open to Arab students, even if they come from authorit
David Willetts's proposal merely formalises the process of purchasing access that already exists.
Ministers can’t keep costs down, keep the profiteers out <em>and</em> get the revolutionary programm
“From one queen to another. Oh, I’ve written my own headline”
Biology is undergoing a renaissance as scientists apply mathematical ideas to old theory.
Activist video is providing a corrective to the mainstream media - but nothing beats the power of a
The furore over black students at Oxford won’t die down until schools listen to the wisdom of Eric C
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The Friday Question: why not turn Oxford and Cambridge into postgraduate universities?
The Prime Minister's rhetoric is commendable. But it must be supported by policy.
British universities now see themselves as companies, and students are the losers.
Katharine Birbalsingh made her name when she wowed the Conservative Party conference last October. H
I grew up thinking of myself as equally English and Pakistani, writes Samira Shackle. Was I wrong?
By encouraging research on the "big society", the Arts and Humanities Research Council sets a danger