Areas with a high proportion of jobs in retail and administration are the most likely to be affected by technological unemployment, according to an official report.
Layla Moran MP challenges education officials to hold independent providers at university level to the same standard as the rest of the sector.
The UK's public libraries are beng deprofessionalised and, in many cases, closing altogether. What effect will this have on education, employment and the wider economy?
The NUS president talks about why more support must be offered to working-class students.
Communication skills will always be key to the future success of young people.
Industry should take more responsibility in informing academia with hands-on learning.
Employer input and practical experience are crucial to the new T-level courses.
Tata Consultancy Services hosted its first Digital Explorers event for students interested in a career in STEM.
The Rolls-Royce Science Prize, an annual awards programme, is helping youngsters to pursue careers in science and technology.
The former Conservative education minister and home secretary discusses what University Technical Colleges are doing to fight the UK’s skills gap