The conflict between Iran and the US has gone on for decades. A scholar of social movements in Iran asks why the US has consistently failed to support that country's activist reform movements.
The regulation of student accommodation varies between different providers.
A focus on more realistic performance outcomes can help students cope when things do not go to plan.
Simulations help prepare students for challenges outside the classroom.
The gradual withdrawal of state support for universities has been the largest, and quietest, privatisation in UK history, and most people don’t even know about it.
The university strikes show how a dispute around a fairly technical employment issue, pensions, can develop a momentum of its own and become a catalyst for a much wider expression of dissatisfaction.
Indonesian researchers developed an Indian-inspired toolkit to assess literacy and numeracy among elementary-level students. The results were worrying.
Like students, academics from working-class backgrounds may also prefer not to work at elite universities.
Not only do some countries perpetrate direct attacks on students and academics but the internationalisation of higher education has also created new global threats.
When ideas are presented as topics to be debated, rather than as facts to be learnt, students and democracy benefit.
There's no evidence that private schools produce better results than state schools for equivalent pupils.
The prospect of going to university is exciting but it can also be an anxious time. Here are the things you need to know from the start.
Young people have reason to protest today and call for action on climate change. But they risk anxiety if they feel they are not heard and nothing is done.
New students, listen up, here's what you need to know about university essays and assessments.
Many college students take math classes they've already taken in high school. Why does this happen? Is it a problem?
In Nordic and Latin American countries, education systems promote well-being and resilience. The UK still has a lot to learn.
Only 16% of predicted grades are accurate and the current system penalises disadvantaged students and those from minority backgrounds.
Study shows how to help students achieve their full potential.
When children don't live with their fathers, educators often act as if the men don't exist, an expert on child development laments in an essay about why schools must do more to recognize dads.
Many of the new proposals would leave the wealthiest students and graduates better off.