Some big employers are changing their entry criteria – and grades are less and less important.
We really might get gradually worse at learning a new language as we age, says a new study.
Top firms play can play an important role in increasing social mobility but narrow recruitment processes mean they are also missing out on great talent.
Giulio Regeni, a PhD candidate at the University of Cambridge, was carrying out research on the formation of independent trade unions in post-Mubarak Egypt.
Referrals to the Channel programme are rising. Here's what happens to people suspected at being at risk.
By ignoring emotion, school inspections are missing the point.
A headteacher asked parents not to do the school run in pyjamas – but it says more about those in power than parental morals.
Why Oriel College Oxford was right not to agree to take down a statue of the British imperalist.
More is possible in a virtual world than in a classroom – that's what makes Minecraft invaluable.
We teach children about the birth and end of Empire, but miss out the violence of what happened in between.
Students who have traditionally struggled at GCSE are now outperforming their peers.
One historian is plumbing the oft-discarded works of kids – from shipwreck tales to diary entries – to augment our understanding of U.S. history.
Discrimination is rife – and at the very highest levels.
We need to change the school admissions code.
There's more to learning handwriting than just joined-up letters.
France's colonial legacy remains an uncomfortable subject.
Beware the security creep into adult education.
Parents take note: most kids develop a sense of self-esteem as early as age five.
Schools are collecting more and more data on children. They must make sure they comply with the law.
As a Muslim woman, why I think the prime minister's plan to teach Muslim women English is oppressive.
Irregular verbs, crazy spelling and the difficulty of being polite. English is tough.
Understand what's going on in your child's brain and it could help your parenting.
The Pakistani Taliban has shown it can still mount terror attacks in the country's frontier province ... despite a major military offensive.
Bring back collective bargaining to help fix the developing teacher crisis.
Rhodes was an ardent white supremacist who believed Africans to be inferior. He intended his scholarships to be for white males only. This has since fallen away.
Children don't learn all aspects of language from their parents, but invent a language structure themselves.
All students should be treated as global citizens, not just those who come from overseas.