UK’s Prevent guidance to universities unlawful, court rules

Court of appeal finds Prevent guidelines on inviting controversial speakers violate freedom of speechThe government’s...

Knife crime and school exclusions are symptoms of a wider malaise

More and more children are being excluded, as the system gives up on young people – with dire consequences...

Set the children free – show them the joy of reading...

To slip the confines of reality for 15 or 20 minutes is a superpower too few of our schools...

Cambridge University offers disadvantaged students second chance to apply

Up to 100 places to be available under scheme as part of efforts to improve diversity

Pupils shouldn’t be denied LGBT lessons – whatever their parents say

Growing up gay and Muslim, I know I would have benefited. Parkfield school should continue its ‘No Outsiders’ programme

How schools and businesses are addressing the Stem diversity gap

Taking away the ‘fear factor’ could help raise the profile of science, technology, engineering and maths careers – especially...

A rise in apprenticeship wages is tempting those put off by...

Studying for free appeals to many who hope to progress their careers and, as universities raise the cost of...

Two years in, is the apprenticeship levy still working?

Promising the benefits of a degree with none of the debt, apprenticeships on the government’s payroll-funded scheme are more...

Apprenticeships offer an alternative to uni and debt – why are...

Despite high-quality apprenticeships offering a route to degree-level qualifications, many students are being let down by schools that fail...

The advertising industry has a diversity problem – apprenticeships can help

It’s really important that our workforce reflects the kind of people that we’re advertising to, says Sue Frogley, UK...

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