Plans to turn all schools into academies by 2022 have caused a crisis within the party.
College education results in not just better earnings, but better health care and child development as well as political stability and lower criminal justice costs. Should states invest more?
With English dominating university life around the world, what are we losing?
A short history of research into the links between genes and intelligence.
Competition can be a force for positive change. But in its current form, it's setting universities back rather than moving them forward.
New research finds clubs can help close the education gap and improve children's social skills.
The Government changed the curriculum in 2014 so that all school children would be taught coding, but two years on this is far from reality.
In the US, charters schools are here to stay. More than three million students are enrolled in 6,700 charter schools across 42 states.
A new report has drilled down into how much graduates from particular courses earn. What does it mean for universities?
Sci-Hub, a free online repository of academic articles, is the subject of a battle at the heart of open access.
Research shows babies begin to learn language sounds before they're even born. What about babies who hear two languages from birth? Can a baby brain specialize in two languages?
We warned the government about baseline tests. It should have listened.
Some aspects of good parenting are universal, but others look very different from country to country. There needs to be a better understanding of parenting in different contexts.
The development of 'handedness' and language are closely linked.
The government's plans could come with many hidden costs.
Research has found a relationship between pretend play and a child's developing creativity, understanding of others and social competence with peers.
Irony can provide new theoretical insights. Social scientists should embrace it.
Many individuals with extraordinary ability have been found to have autism. Researchers have now found that many child prodigies have an autistic relative.
An academic, and parent at a Manchester school that has chosen to become an academy, says surely there is a better way.