Africa needs private universities. But far more must be done to make them powerhouses of knowledge, research and graduate output.
Lecturers need to flag up graphic material with their students before they click on it.
After being in decline for a decade, a new policy could kick-start language learning.
Put young children in football or karate class and they concentrate better in the classroom.
Asking teachers to 'spot the potential terrorist' isn't the best way of preventing radicalisation.
Indian artists and thinkers may start thinking twice about using religion in their creative output.
Low-fee non-government schools are a permanent part of achieving education for all. They should be treated as such.
From July 1, schools have a legal duty to prevent pupils being radicalised.
A UNICEF report says global progress on child survival and reducing poverty has left behind some of the world's poorest children.
The routes for academics to become professors are different in Germany, the Netherlands and the UK.
Disadvantaged pupils know what they're missing when it comes to extra-curricular activities.
Schools can learn from strategies used to help ethnic minority children to close gap for white working-class pupils.
Recent articles calling for blanket removal of PowerPoint from education erroneously blame the tool for mistakes made by the user.
There may be a chemical secret to getting kids interested in learning – and it's one that's created and produced by our own bodies rather than in a lab.
With 17% of children living in poverty in the UK, the government wants to change the way it's defined.
Why is it still so common that blind people are presumed to be unemployed?
Extra attention from university staff could make it hard to reconcile being publicly Muslim with being an 'ordinary' student.
Training teachers to make science lessons more practical, creative and challenging benefits their students.
From September, all children will have to study five core academic subjects at GCSE. But the CBI thinks the exams should be phased out.
What if instead of dismissing wrong answers as a sign of failure, maths teachers tried to understand how their pupils came to that answer and then guided them in the right direction?
There are suggestions that grants to help students cover their living costs could be cut.
English songs from the US and the UK are typically taught to kids around the world. With English now a language of many cultures, why not incorporate songs from the world?