Think about this while you read press coverage of the student protests.
Can the student protesters of the 2010s surpass those of the 1960s, or will they be quelled by the r
Increasing fees and loans saddles graduates with 30 years of debt. There is another way: the NUS’s p
Why the coalition's cuts agenda draws on a masochistic streak in English culture.
The charts are dominated by public school pop stars. What does that tell us about meritocracy in Bri
“Your courageous actions have shocked and frightened a corrupt political class.”
Contrary to what the Prime Minister believes, we students know exactly why we are protesting.
Why the university occupations are giving students a crash course in political activism.
Gove's White Paper promised real reform, but consists of reheated policy and headline grabbing gimmi
The coalition’s “decentralisation” con.
Since it was first published, <em>The Spirit Level</em> has won admirers including Ed Miliband and D
Pupils from schools in Manchester discuss the advantages and disadvantages of free schools.
School leaders do not necessarily revel in the prospect of additional power and responsibility that
The coalition’s announcement of a new wave of schools and academies will open up a large market in
Companies now running schools in the UK come from a variety of charitable and profit-making sectors.
Experiences of being on the steering committee of a potential free school.
Society needs to have a civilised conversation with
itself about its values. But spending cuts thr
“Have you ever seen Glenn Beck in operation? It’s terrifying”
Axing the Education Maintenance Allowance will prevent thousands of young people from deprived backg
This month, scientists based in Britain have won two Nobel Prizes — but the celebrations have been m
“The cuts risk destroying things that can’t be brought back”
Private schools are becoming antisocial enclaves for the super rich. The same could happen to our be
As governments around the world prepare to slash science research budgets, it is worth remembering h
Lord Browne's proposals would create a two-tier system and deter the poorest from applying.
Lifting the cap on tuition fees isn't just an attack on young people -- it's much, much worse than that.
World university league tables tell us practically nothing about the institutions they rank.
The free schools say they are all-inclusive. But by making Latin compulsory or stressing church atte
Michael Gove says his education policies will help Britain’s poorest pupils, but will they just comp
Putting tuition fees up to £7,000 will leave middle-income graduates repaying up to £15,000 more tha