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Your love of language – in pictures

In our recent Witness assignment we asked you to share a picture of an everyday item and tell us what it is called in your home language. From ‘cup’ in Welsh to ‘love’ in Bulgarian, we had almost 100 submissions from across Europe and beyond. Here’s a few of our favourites *View the full gallery here Continue reading...

Should parents attend university open days?

When it comes to open days, many universities run talks aimed at parents. But students don’t always want them there*Read more about parents of students here Continue reading...

Teacher recruitment falling short for third straight year

Missed trainee targets could lead to larger class sizes, Labour warns Continue reading...

Texas finally approves history textbooks amid religious and political concerns

Books accepted on eighth attempt after disagreements over portrayal of Moses, Islam, and Ronald Reagan Continue reading...

‘Radicalisation risk’ at six Muslim schools in London

Ofsted orders east London schools to change or face closure amid concerns that pupils are not being taught British values Continue reading...

Ofsted chief: pupils at east London faith schools at risk of radicalisation

Education secretary urged to act with urgency following Ofsted inspections of six independent Muslim schools and a state secondary Continue reading...

What university life is like on a 'forgotten' campus

Many universities have secondary campuses miles from their main sites. Are students based on them missing out? Continue reading...

Journalist Jackie Ashley takes over as president of Lucy Cavendish College

Guardian columnist to become ‘leader and champion’ of Cambridge college in October 2015 Continue reading...

Church of England school taken aback by Ofsted rating amid extremism row

Sir John Cass secondary praised by teachers as school downgraded on safeguarding issues Continue reading...

‘Lost’ first languages leave permanent mark on the brain, new study reveals

MRI scans show Chinese babies adopted by French-speaking Canadian families retain ‘unconscious’ knowledge of their mother tongue Continue reading...

What every would-be teacher should know before they qualify

Pearls of wisdom will only take new teachers so far – the classroom will be the real test*Read more stories on our Studying education hub Continue reading...

Schools-based strategy launched to improve children’s mental health care

Government to present vision for improving what schools can offer children with mental health conditions Continue reading...

Schools accused of failing to protect children from extremism

Ofsted chief Sir Michael Wilshaw is to say seven schools in Tower Hamlets must take more action to protect students Continue reading...

Student protests in London: the street-level view - video

Organisers said 10,000 protesters joined Wednesday's anti-tuition-fee march, the largest mobilisation of students since mass protests in 2010. The demonstration was mostly peaceful until its end-point at Parliament Square, when a breakaway group attacked symbolic targets including the Department for Business, the Conservative party campaign headquarters and the NUS Continue reading...

Demonstrators in 'scuffles' with police as students march against fees – as it happened

Four arrests after thousands of students march through central London calling for free higher education and an end to austerity*Demonstrators break down Parliament Square barriers*Share your photos, videos and stories via GuardianWitness Continue reading...

Student protest over tuition fees ends in scuffles with police

Organisers say 10,000 joined march, which saw NUS offices daubed with paint after it refused to back protest Continue reading...

Does the UK have a problem with racism?

Britain’s population may be diverse but is it a proud or a prejudiced nation? Continue reading...

Student tuition fees march: share your photos and stories

Are you taking part in the demonstration for free education? Share your experiences via GuardianWitness Continue reading...

Glasgow School of Art opens doors to forensic archaeologists - in pictures

Forensic archaeologists have begun sifting through the ashes of the fire-damaged Mackintosh Library at the Glasgow School of Art, Scotland. The library, one of the world’s finest examples of art nouveau, was destroyed by fire in May Continue reading...

‘Being kind camouflages low expectations,’ superhead claims

Controversial headteacher Rory Fox is back in news for tough approach to tackling behaviour issues with his pupils – and staff Continue reading...

What do uni engineering departments need most? People in overalls

Preoccupied with research and snobbish about industrialists in overalls, university departments no longer recognise their responsibility to produce the next generation of engineers Continue reading...

Academics: how much do you know about university pay? – quiz

Test your knowledge of higher education salaries – from fat cat pay to zero-hours contracts Continue reading...

We should not let universities decide how to spend money on poor students

Decentralising forms of financial support may harm access and increase inequality, says Gill Wyness Continue reading...

University guide 2015: find your course

Your route to every university course on offer in the UK• University league table 2015 - the complete list• Browse by subject• How to use the tables Continue reading...

Could you teach with a child telling you to f-off every five minutes?

Headteacher Richard Boyle, who featured in Channel 4 documentary The Last Chance School, on why students in special schools are misunderstood_Richard Boyle is the principal of __Muntham House School__ in West Sussex. The residential special school for boys with behavioural, emotional and social difficulties was recently the subject of a Channel 4 documentary – The Last Chance School._It wa

Students’ fight for the right to free education

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Letter: Nigel Walker obituary

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Archaeologists dig into Glasgow School of Art’s Mackintosh library

Forensic specialists look for treasure amid the debris after the catastrophic fire that destroyed an art nouveau gemGlasgow School of Art opens doors to forensic archaeologists - in pictures Continue reading...

University league tables 2015 - by subject

Subject areas available at UK universities• University league tables 2015 - the complete list Continue reading...

University league table 2015 - the complete list

All UK universities ranked by the Guardian• Find a course• Browse by subject• How to use the tables Continue reading...


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