My PhD research explores the impact of Islamist terrorism on education policy and practice in England and France.
Cutting aid will have real implications for the life chances of millions of young women.
Growing fruit and vegetables gets children moving and gets them enthused about healthy eating.
Teenagers have been proactively focusing on self-care and staying optimistic.
Developmental language disorder affects more than seven per cent of children, yet is not well known. If your child struggles in school, social interactions or reading, the underlying issue may be DLD.
We need to revive teachers' sense of satisfaction in their jobs.
Lost learning is greater in disadvantaged households.
Students must not be assessed on course material that they haven’t had the opportunity to learn.
Online learning is not automatically inferior to face-to-face teaching.
Students can still have a good experience at university this year – if universities take their needs and concerns seriously.
Exercise classes are made up of one-way instruction – but PE is collaborative and can teach all-round skills.
Basing the worth of a degree on how much graduates earn overlooks whether there is something intrinsically valuable about higher education itself.
My research shows that white trainee teachers are willing to learn and to bring black history into their teaching, but need support to do so.
The identity and purpose of universities as spaces of free thinking depends on it.
Shifts in global politics and other countries' response to the coronavirus may have made the UK a more attractive option for international students.
Start early and choose teachable moments over a 'big talk'.