By Jon Bernstein - 25 October 9:04
“Have you ever seen Glenn Beck in operation? It’s terrifying”
By James Mills - 21 October 14:21
Axing the Education Maintenance Allowance will prevent thousands of young people from deprived backg
By Michael Brooks - 18 October 9:09
This month, scientists based in Britain have won two Nobel Prizes — but the celebrations have been m
By Sophie Elmhirst - 15 October 13:26
“The cuts risk destroying things that can’t be brought back”
By Alice Miles - 15 October 13:03
Private schools are becoming antisocial enclaves for the super rich. The same could happen to our be
By Marcus du Sautoy - 14 October 9:24
As governments around the world prepare to slash science research budgets, it is worth remembering h
By Staff blogger - 14 October 8:17
Lord Browne's proposals would create a two-tier system and deter the poorest from applying.
By Laurie Penny - 12 October 17:30
Lifting the cap on tuition fees isn't just an attack on young people -- it's much, much worse than that.
By Duncan Robinson - 17 September 16:59
World university league tables tell us practically nothing about the institutions they rank.
By Alice Miles - 14 September 8:54
The free schools say they are all-inclusive. But by making Latin compulsory or stressing church atte
By Melissa Benn - 14 September 8:53
Michael Gove says his education policies will help Britain’s poorest pupils, but will they just comp
By Caroline Crampton - 13 September 17:29
Putting tuition fees up to £7,000 will leave middle-income graduates repaying up to £15,000 more tha
By Alyssa McDonald - 13 September 10:46
Alyssa McDonald talks to teachers' unions about education reform.
By New Statesman - 08 September 13:29
Facebook users scored 20 per cent lower in exams than non-users.
By Francis Beckett - 06 September 9:11
Michael Gove is one of David Cameron’s key lieutenants. He has immense charm and a fascinating per
By Jason Stamper - 21 August 11:53
New government quietly deletes online education resource.
By New Statesman - 09 August 9:44
Fears of job shortages under Cable's plans.
By Fran Abrams - 26 July 8:49
Will the government’s proposals to change the way training providers are paid really help solve the
By Laurie Penny - 15 July 17:43
Vince Cable’s plans are bold and progressive, but could go further to reduce inequality.
By Chris Smith - 14 July 17:12
Michael Gove needs to find some better advisers fast.
By New Statesman - 02 July 9:35
High proportion of pupils at flagship schools taking vocational exams.
By Sophie Elmhirst - 25 June 15:42
Can apprenticeships meet the needs of industry as well as promoting larger ideals of social justice?
By Samira Shackle - 25 June 15:35
The skills sector is unwieldy, complex, vital to the country's future and desperately in need of ref
By Richard Donkin - 25 June 15:01
With Con-Lib austerity cuts looming, it's hard to know what the future holds for learning
By Vincent Cable - 25 June 14:51
In these time of constrained public spending, the UK should learn from Germany and Korea
By Martha Nussbaum - 01 June 9:13
A liberal arts education is about much more than quick financial gain, as J S Mill knew –– it is a v
By Mike Sweeney - 20 May 16:44
Students and academics meet at Institute of Contemporary Arts to discuss university department closu
By Francis Gilbert - 03 May 8:49
Our political parties have been seduced by US charter schools. But are they any good? And do they ma
By Sophie Elmhirst - 06 April 19:03
“Creationists are people who are intellectually deprived”