Revealed: chaining, beatings a...

Oct 19, 2020 by

Two-year BBC News Arabic investigation uncovers horrific conditions, with boys as young as five facing violence and sexual abuse...

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West and central Africa’...

Oct 8, 2020 by

Only seven out of 24 countries have reopened classrooms with Covid-safe measures, leaving millions unable to access education...

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Coronavirus is damaging Britai...

Sep 30, 2020 by

The plight of students self-isolating in halls was foreseeable. Why did the government abandon them? asks Guardian and Observer...

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‘This isn’t an out...

Sep 16, 2020 by

Oxford is top of the Guardian’s rankings for the first time in a decade – thanks to its success in the graduate job market The 2021...

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Ministers braced for backlash ...

Aug 12, 2020 by

Revolt grows as students prepare for results day, with some schools seeing 50% or more of grades revised down Headteachers across...

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What a 200-year-old experiment...

Aug 4, 2020 by

Sarah Stein Lubrano – Learning isn’t only about textbooks, it’s about awakening in the pupil the desire to grapple with...

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Trainee teacher applications s...

Aug 1, 2020 by

Fears of weak job market leads to unprecedented rush to sign up by graduates Fears of a faltering jobs market has sparked an...

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Around 30,000 jobs may be on t...

Jul 28, 2020 by

Universities employ armies of casualised staff, who are seen as disposable when a crisis hits. This isn’t fair Jo Grady – As we...

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English universities must prov...

Jul 17, 2020 by

Gavin Williamson says institutions hit by Covid-19 should close courses with low graduate pay Banners for an Apartheid Off Campus...

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What kind of revolution can fo...

Jul 11, 2020 by

Too popular, too hopeless, too dead-end – Gavin Williamson awards low marks to England’s universities during adult learning speech...

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Betsy DeVos: the billionaire R...

Jul 9, 2020 by

Cuts, attacks, rollbacks – the education secretary’s campaign to dismantle America’s public system has continued unabated Betsy DeVos...

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Making EU students pay higher ...

Jul 4, 2020 by

A post-Brexit rise in fees for European students is an academic injustice On 24 June, universities minister Michelle Donelan...

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Children in England fully back...

Jun 30, 2020 by

All pupils expected to return on full timetable, with year groups separated in secondaries, guidance says Sally Weale, education...

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Oxford college backs removal o...

Jun 18, 2020 by

Oriel College launches independent commission to examine key issues around imperialist’s statue The statue of Cecil Rhodes at Oriel...

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Why the Women’s Engineering So...

Jun 16, 2020 by

Britain gave the world the first official group for female engineers, but still only 12% of the UK’s engineering workforce are women...

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Calls grow for black history t...

Jun 8, 2020 by

Campaigners are collecting support for open letter and want to meet education secretary Pressure is mounting on the...

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Reopening schools on 1 June wi...

May 22, 2020 by

Teachers express concern about pupils returning while coronavirus still a threat in accounts sent to the Guardian Teachers have...

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‘We’re being fobbe...

May 21, 2020 by

Disabled students need extensions to their deadlines and extra equipment, but are finding it hard to get them Alfie Packham and...

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Is it safe to go back to schoo...

May 18, 2020 by

Michael Gove says it is safe for children to return to school – so what is the scientific guidance? The Department for Education...

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Marking books not safe suggest...

May 18, 2020 by

Councils warn parents not to expect schools to open on 1 June as government prepares for union talks A growing number of councils in...

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