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National Union of Teachers conference votes on new strikes for June

NUT says it will go it alone with fresh industrial action over pay and conditions if talks with Department for Education fail Continue reading...

Cambridge, where town and gown has become a science/classics divide

Mary Beard complained in the Cambridge Evening News that town and gown division has grown. Maybe it has just changed? Continue reading...

How to support a student with an eating disorder

It's normal to worry that your student child isn't eating properly at university. But if they do have an eating disorder, what should you do? Continue reading...

Ten things I wish I'd known before starting my dissertation

Are you putting the final touches to a dissertation? Let's pass on some tips to those who'll be doing them next year Continue reading...

How can government justify cuts when there's money for a £45m free school?

Principal Eddie Playfair attacks the government's decision to open a £45m free school sixth-form when successful colleges in the same area are suffering funding reductions Continue reading...

Class war in English villages as lack of primary school places hits families

Even in a village with three primaries, some children may have to travel miles to other schools when they start in September Continue reading...

School exam timetables should avoid clashes with Ramadan, teachers say

Teachers fear that Muslim students' grades will suffer if they have to sit GCSE and A-level exams while they are fasting Continue reading...

The Antarctic tour guide: my career in languages

Multilinguist Nikki Rickett leads groups around Antarctica, a job she wouldn't be able to do without her background in languages Continue reading...

Ofsted lost in 'mire of inconsistency', says ATL teaching union chief

Mary Bousted claims regulator incapable of reforming itself and inspection regime lottery reducing quality of education in schools Continue reading...

Muslim students divided on sharia-compliant loans

The government is consulting on student loans that will not involve paying interest but some young Muslims don't see the point Continue reading...

Primary schools: recent baby boom puts pressure on admissions system

In London one in five fails to get first choice; better news in some other English areas as rush to add classrooms eases crisis Continue reading...

Fog over Birmingham 'schools plot'

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Teaching union calls for better advice on tackling FGM

Delegates at ATL conference says teachers need more guidance if they are to identify victims of female genital mutilation Continue reading...

Primary school places: fewer parents get first choice

About 600,000 children chase reception places at thousands of state primaries in England as country deals with baby boom Continue reading...

Primary school places: how to challenge a decision

If you are one of the thousands of parents whose children have not been allocated a place, here is what you can do about it Continue reading...

National offer day: did you get the primary school place you wanted?

Families of more than 600,000 four-year-olds in England find out which primary school their children will attend on Wednesday. Did you get the school you wanted? Tell us in our open thread Continue reading...

Parents expect a university degree to increase their children's income

Survey shows parents have high expectations of the power of a degree, but experts warn graduate pay has fallen Continue reading...

Universities must make languages relevant

The numbers of students studying languages degrees is at its lowest in a decade universities must make their academic study more pertinent, argues Katrin Kohl UK students taking languages degrees at record low Continue reading...

Compulsory school age in danger of becoming two, survey shows

Children's commissioner says almost half of parents admit to using nurseries to improve chances of getting school places Continue reading...

Change of direction needed on schools

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Teachers left to pick up pieces from cuts to youth mental health services

Schools are struggling to cope with pupils' problems as council spending on therapy and counselling dries upBergistra on staff under stress Continue reading...

Why aren't Chinese students at UK universities getting top degrees?

New research shows undergraduates from China studying at British universities get fewer firsts than those from other countries Continue reading...

What if your academy brand loses its shine?

By signing up to become an academy, a school becomes part of a 'brand'. Its reputation and pupils' prospects will be tainted if other academies in the same brand fail Continue reading...

Will doing a master's get you a better job? Well, maybe

Statistics suggest that people with a master's are more likely to find work, but such figures should be treated with caution Continue reading...

What lies ahead for apprenticeships? Experts share their vision

Will all apprentices need GCSE-level English and maths? Will the funding reforms fail? We ask sector specialists Continue reading...

How to write a personal statement for sociology

Whether it's by doing a job at McDonalds or volunteering to work in your community, show how your life has given you an interest in sociology Continue reading...

Have big university lectures gone out of fashion?

No longer can students sit passively and imbibe information today's 'blended learning' approach demands engagement and ideas Continue reading...

Pupil protests teaching children to campaign

Year eight pupils at an east London free school are learning that they can speak out and make a difference Continue reading...

Trap doors the answer for people moving seats at the theatre?

Feel embarrassed if you need to leave during a performance? If only the ground would open up and swallow you Continue reading...

Tribal school inspectors face special measures

Private firm warns staff may have to pay for school re-inspections; Ofsted slow to act over claims of restraint; and campaigners lose bid to save primary from demolition Continue reading...


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