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Nicky Morgan told to clarify Ofsteds powers to inspect academy chains

Education secretary contradicts Sir Michael Wilshaws claim to MPs that watchdog is unable to inspect management of chains Continue reading...

Elizabeth Hutchinson obituary

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Live Q&A: What is the best way to learn a language?

There are more ways than ever to learn a language, but how do you find one that suits your learning style and routine? Join us on 24 October, 1-3pm BST, to discuss Continue reading...

My week without the internet

From studying to socialising, it's almost impossible for students to unplug for long periods of time Read more from our blogging students series here Continue reading...

Nick Clegg says teachers should be free from runaway train of bureaucracy

Deputy PM to solicit teachers groups for ways to help ease administrative workloads and focus on educating pupils Continue reading...

Inspiring leadership for challenged schools

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Fears over poor marking as appeals for A-level and GCSE exams hit new high

Exams regulator Ofqual reveals surge in number of re-marking requests and increase in higher marks awarded on appeal Continue reading...

Jan Newton obituary

Educationist who helped ensure that citizenship became part of the national curriculum Continue reading...

London Language Festival - the highlights

Last weekend language enthusiasts descended on Olympia conference centre in London to celebrate linguistic diversity. Here are some of the highlights Continue reading...

Are British students getting fitter or fatter?

One recent report claims todays students are super healthy, another that they are piling on the pounds. Which is correct? Read more from the Students by numbers series Continue reading...

Alan Tuckett: the man who invented the adult learner

He spent decades arguing that education doesnt end when you leave school, but is his legacy now under threat? Continue reading...

Freedom of the press? Not for student newspapers

Universities and, shockingly, students unions are seeking to stop unfavourable stories about their institutions Continue reading...

Why the need for a gender divide in school uniforms? Or loos?

Schools should examine their unconscious inequalities often in mundane things and correct them, even if it sparks complaints Continue reading...

Why do academics dress so badly? (Answer: they are too happy)

Paisley body warmers? Cornish pasty shoes? Amusing cufflinks? Fortunately, Marx can explain our crimes of fashion Continue reading...

Trojan blunder

The Trojan horse affair is still rumbling on Continue reading...

'Chinese students think British boys are gentlemen, but when they get drunk they go crazy'

Meet Xiaoyu, a student from China, home to around 19.8% of all international students at UK universities*Read more stories from our Meet the global student series*Read more stories from our global student hub Continue reading...

David Cameron vows to create 3m apprenticeships

Cut to welfare cap and removal of housing benefit from 18- to 21-year-olds on jobseekers allowance will pay for new scheme Continue reading...

How using headteachers as Ofsted inspectors puts accountability at risk

When the choice is between the needs of a part-time job and a full-time one youre really proud of, the full-time one wins Continue reading...

Emails expose how superheads schools knew Ofsted inspectors were coming

Now evidence reveals that principals at Rachel de Souzas Inspiration Trust schools, praised by Michael Gove, were surprisingly well informed about when inspections would happen Continue reading...

Ofsted faces calls for superhead probe

Emails contradict claims in inquiry that schools had no prior notification of inspection visitsEmails expose how schools knew inspectors were coming Continue reading...

How breast cancer gave me the courage to start a master's

The threat of death makes you realise the pointlessness of self-imposed obstacles, writes a breast cancer survivorRead more about studying postgrad here Continue reading...

'Staff in the UK are friendly. In India, teachers are feared and cant be your friends'

Meet Raghav, a student from India, home to around 5.3% of all international students at UK universities Read more stories from our Meet the global student series Read more stories from our global student hub Continue reading...

'People sit around drinking tea, which isn't common in Nigeria. I love British tea'

Meet Bakura, a student from Nigeria, home to around 4.1% of all international students at UK universities Read more stories from our Meet the global student series Read more stories from our global student hub Continue reading...

'As an American, it took me four months to catch on to British sarcasm'

Meet Carmela, a student from the US, home of around 3.8% of all international students at UK universities Read more stories from our Meet the global student series Read more stories from our global student hub Continue reading...

'I miss how, in Malaysia, everything revolves around food'

Meet Laavynia, a student from Malaysia, home of around 3.5% of all international students at UK universities Read more stories from our Meet the global student series Read more stories from our global student hub Continue reading...

'I brought a meat hammer from Germany so I can make schnitzel'

Meet Lothar, a student from Germany, the home of around 3.4% of all international students at UK universities Read more stories from our Meet the global student series Read more stories from our global student hub Continue reading...

'I surprisingly miss the heat, humidity and crowdedness of Hong Kong'

Meet Florence, a student from Hong Kong, the home of around 3.1% of all international students at UK universities Read more stories from our Meet the global student series Read more stories from our global student hub Continue reading...

College tutors can't do in 36 weeks what teachers fail to achieve in 11 years

Youre right Ofsted, English and maths teaching in colleges could be better. But you need to look beyond data to see why this is happening, says our anonymous blogger Continue reading...

Are curriculum changes enough to get young people hooked on languages?

Compulsory languages at primary school level may be a positive step, but does it address the bigger picture? Continue reading...

'I'm always subjected to atrocious Irish accents and jokes about drinking'

Meet Cal, a student from Ireland, the home of around 3% of all international students at UK universities Read more stories from our Meet the global student series Read more stories from our global student hub Continue reading...


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