Why does emotional learning matter for children?
Conservative religious families turn to homeschooling as a way to ensure that their children will grow up to be like them. Does it work?
Young British Muslims are embroiled in a conundrum of non-belonging.
The tactics used by America's current and potential future enemies are constantly changing. Higher education can help by producing graduates able to work in intelligence communities.
New research finds the graduate premium is higher for women than men - but the gender pay gap is still stark.
Many people think that the admissions process should take into account the type of school students attended.
Changes to the admissions code will not solve the inherent unsuitability of expectations on children in the early years.
Britain is trying to reduce the disadvantages which burden kids born in July and August. But why does it matter so much?
UCAS says A-level grades and the choice of course are the reason for the gap in offers. But more evidence is needed.
UUK’s 'Universities for Europe' campaign is a welcome contribution to a debate that is inevitably partial.
Graduates aren't all working in coffee shops – they have fuelled growth in top jobs.
New look GCSEs and A-levels will be sat by young people – but they haven't been asked about the reforms.
The decision by the university membership body to campaign for Britain staying in the EU has implications for academics.
A new report from the OECD says pupils in countries that invest a lot in technology in the classroom, don't perform better in tests.
Bilingual children's progress in learning vocabularly depends on their parents.
Universities are keenly awaiting more detail on the government's planned Teaching Excellence Framework.
There is more equality for women winning social research grants, but men still get more overall.
Teenagers spend one-third of their lives sitting down and three hours a day watching TV. New findings confirm that it's not just their health that is at risk.
As the post-war generation retire, they're keen to keep learning.
Using technology to recreate heritage items can help connect nations.
Children as young as six can show math anxiety. What's the link between parents’ math anxiety and their children’s math anxiety?
To make politicians invest more in quality public education, more people need to vote.
The news that African universities will soon be ranked has generated a great deal of hype. But the initiative seems likely to be doomed from the start.
Academically advanced students from countries such as India are spending much more time studying STEM subjects. Should US kids work harder to compete?
Why are we splitting our children up into arts and sciences at an age when hormones are raging and peer pressure is so powerful? It's time for an overhaul of post-16 education.
People who were born preterm earn less and are more likely to be unemployed, research shows.
Despite the popular belief, your first instincts may not be correct.
Maths is all around us. Let children hunt for it.