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A departing pupil's advice for future teachers: put passion before practicality

Share your enthusiasm with pupils and welcome probing questions from 'nerds', a former pupil suggestsRead more on studying teaching Continue reading...

Five ways colleges can use digital technology to improve communication

Ideas on how colleges can use online tools to boost student learning, drive recruitment and support staff development Continue reading...

Australia's top eight universities push for higher fees, fewer students

Group of Eight vice chancellor describes deregulation as holy grail for universities Continue reading...

Six reasons to stop panicking about what you'll do after university

Final-year students and recent graduates should spend less time worrying about the future and realise they're not aloneNeed advice on employability? Look no further Continue reading...

Children are suffering as mental health services fail to cope, say parents and teachers

Headteachers say better mental health services are needed, not more guidelines telling schools how to make referrals Continue reading...

We need to tackle brazen elitism to help poorer children

Michael Gove peddled the myth that poverty does not damage children's chances, says Melissa Benn Continue reading...

'Trojan horse' report suggests Lord Nash is governor of too many schools

Clarke report says no one should be governor of more than two schools, and calls for transparency in academy 'brokerage'; free school crosses border; petition against NUT rep's suspension Continue reading...

Solve climate change make people smaller

Bigger people consume more energy, say researchers, who are proposing that reducing the size of humans could mitigate climate change Continue reading...

Willetts: let universities underwrite student loans to reduce burden on taxpayer

David Willetts says students would benefit but opponents fear institutions would demand higher tuition fees to cover debts Continue reading...

The rise and fall of Corinthian Colleges and the wake of debt it left behind

Beset by financial implosion and investigations, the company's collapse reveals a glimpse into the volatile, opaque business of for-profit education Continue reading...

Rights and wrongs of the Trojan horse schools affair in Birmingham

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Sheffield students: we can kick Clegg out of power

Breaking his tuition fees pledge could cost Nick Clegg his seat if Sheffield Hallam students rally against him at the polls Continue reading...

Lessons from America: why colleges must collaborate rather than compete

'Collaboration is the key to world class education, not competition.' Deputy principal Nick Isles reflects on what UK further education can learn from the US What can UK colleges learn from how China trains its young people? The UK needs to be part of India's further education revolution Continue reading...

Work experience: 'There was a cleaning rota for the unpaid interns'

Some sectors are worse than others when it comes to unpaid internships. Unpaid interns share their stories Pressure mounts on employers to pay young workers Read more about finding a job on our hub Continue reading...

Internships: pressure mounts on employers to pay young workers

New research finds that a quarter of employers still don't pay their interns we can't ignore the illegal practice, say campaigners Read more: 'There was a cleaning rota for the unpaid interns' Read more about finding a job on our hub Continue reading...

School PE lessons putting girls off sport, MPs' report finds

With 2 million fewer women than men playing regular sport, MPs call for schools to take girls' exercise more seriously Continue reading...

Sustainable funding for students

A degree is still by far the best route into the job market Continue reading...

As the daughter of a diplomat I'm used to saying goodbye

Moving country every two years has made studying tough, but travel has made me who I am, writes a student blogger Read more on our global student hub How to write for Blogging Students Continue reading...

How to take your student show to Edinburgh Fringe

Want to see your show at the festival in Edinburgh next year? Read the advice of a student who's going this year Continue reading...

Are drugs the answer to language learning? video highlights

Could smart drugs be the future for language learning? What are the moral and ethical implications of medically enhanced education? Would you take a pill if it would help your ability to learn? These were some of the questions tackled by a panel of experts at a recent Guardian and British Academy debate. Watch the highlights here Continue reading...

Teaching abroad after uni: a guide for grads

Think teaching abroad could be for you, but haven't a clue where to start? Here's what you need to know before booking that flightRead more about studying teaching here Continue reading...

Trench talk: a guide to first world war slang

During the first world war, troops fighting in the trenches used slang to communicate. Here's a guide to its meaning A global guide to the first world war interactive documentary Continue reading...

Michael Gove: 'bogeyman' or 'the greatest education secretary ever'?

As he leaves his post in a cabinet reshuffle, we have some mixed farewell remarks from the education world Continue reading...

Dear Ms Morgan: don't try to drive a wedge between teachers and parents

Gove tried to tell us our children's teachers were selfish sods, maybe Cameron hopes you'll succeed just by being nice? Continue reading...

Why are so few exam cheating claims upheld?

Guilt established in only a seventh of cases; Harris strict on staff; maths blunder on DfE video; the small and intimate world of education policy; and Wowcher offers a TA course Continue reading...

10 habits I've picked up while studying in America

Studying abroad has rubbed off on me, writes a student blogger who has picked up new habits As an international student I'm a reluctant ambassador for my country Read more on our global student hub Continue reading...

Students will be the losers if vocational courses are forced to include exams

Academic testing goes against the whole ethos of vocational learning, says the director of skills at the exam board OCR Continue reading...

Michael Gove has gone, Nicky Morgan must deal with the problems he left

From academies to the curriculum, fault lines in his reforms are appearing and his successor has only nine months to act Continue reading...

Science students like me have too many contact hours

Arts students want more contact hours but as science students we could do with less, writes a student blogger How to write for Blogging Students Continue reading...

As an international student I'm a reluctant ambassador for my country

International students get quizzed on the policies of their home countries but it's sometimes hard to give answers Read more for international students on our hub Continue reading...


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