Through creating entrepreneurs and boosting global collaboration, science has the potential to drive economic growth and innovation – if only the government would properly fund it.
We should be cautious of implementing policies off the back of the OECD's annual education report, which makes vast comparisons between countries and leaves out crucial data.
A systematic review of 199 international studies suggests that arts education remains a moot point.
Current incentives used to recruit more teachers to work in rural and regional schools aren't working. But could the health sector offer up some possible solutions?
What role does a bit of recognition play for students?
The new wave of academies created since 2010 are very different to those that went before.
In Uganda, private schools are simply ignoring a policy that calls for pupils to learn in a mother tongue rather than in English for the first three years of their education.
Despite big changes in childcare policy at the end of the 20th century, we're asking many of the same questions as in the 1960s.
New research says we're doing the wrong things to improve "quality" in our schools, but the measures of quality used are not the right ones.
The new majority Tory government now has the confidence in pursuing its aspirational education manifesto.
Kenya's public schools are scoring a failing grade. Now several pieces of government policy are threatening low-cost private schools' ability to fill the gap.
The next government will inherit an education system that is creaking under the strain of largely inept political meddling.
The fashionistas aren't flocking there yet but things are happening in Brick City – especially when it comes to education policy.
Our expert takes stock of UKIP's policies on early childhood, primary, secondary, further, and higher education. It's a mixed bag.
The experts assess whether the claims in the Liberal Democrats' manifesto align with the evidence.
Our experts review the evidence behind the Green Party's big ticket policies.
After five years of polarising and radical reforms, the Tories aren't letting up on their vision for schools.
Can Labour get by on zombie policies, when it comes to education.
A relentless focus on test results is alienating children with special needs.
From the academies programme to the size of school budgets, the issues to watch in this election campaign.