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Birmingham headteachers say they are subject to campaign of intimidation

Schools in city caught in upheaval from the Trojan Horse investigation are targeted with dead animals in playgrounds and death threats on social mediaHeadteachers working in schools affected by the Birmingham Trojan Horse affair are facing a campaign of intimidation, including a death threat on Facebook and dead animals in the playground, it was claimed on Sunday.Many, many of our members

Coalition plans to increase tuition fees to £11,500 a year, says Labour

Nick Clegg, leader of the Liberal Democrats, refuses to rule out higher charges for undergraduates in response to questions from shadow home secretaryA re-elected coalition government would increase tution fees to £11,500 a year, Labour has claimed.It’s now clear that the Lib Dems are preparing to hike tuition fees yet againClegg talking crap on tuition fees. He wasn't between 'rock and

QS world university rankings 2015 by subject

The top 100 universities in the world in 30 different subject areas, as ranked by higher education data specialists QSUK universities ranked best in the world for six subject areasArts & HumanitiesPhilosophyHistoryEnglish language and literatureModern languagesArt and designLinguisticsLife sciences + medicineBiologyPharmacyMedicinePsychologyAgricultureDentistry Continue re

PwC recruiters say A-level results unfairly aid private school pupils

Accountancy firm PricewaterhouseCoopers to ignore the exam results when seeking new blood in effort to cancel out built-in advantage Continue reading...

Not saving early for college tuition is everyone's problem. Here's why

BlackRock’s Rick Rieder takes a strictly pragmatic perspective on the broader consequences of parents not thinking long-term Continue reading...

Mini Oscars, snack-time shows and Skittles – inspiring children through film

Movies are more than an end-of-term lesson fillers. Teacher Claire Dunsire explains how she uses the big screen to spark imaginations and boost literacy Continue reading...

How the main parties compare on the six most important policy issues

Health, welfare and the economy, plus education, transport and housing: we look at what the parties are promising in each area Continue reading...

Election aftermath: how will the next government be decided?

If there is another hung parliament, weary party leaders will have little chance to rest as questions over alliances and coalitions multiply Continue reading...

Star tenor Alfie Boe calls for increase in funds for music education

Singer attacks David Cameron’s record on arts funding and says politicians have failed to recognise the contribution music makes to Britain Continue reading...

Schools unable to recruit senior teachers, says union

National Association of Head Teachers survey exposes shortage of senior staff, while newly qualified personnel are ‘not well prepared’ Continue reading...

Swarthmore College says it will not pursue fossil fuel divestment

*Board cites ‘long and deep discussion and debate’ but will not change policy*Student spokesman: board now ‘complicit’ with climate-change destruction Continue reading...

Headteachers express 'deep concern' over primary school baseline tests

National Association of Head Teachers members warn that assessments, set to be introduced nationally in 2016, risk impairing a sensitive learning environment Continue reading...

Abraham Lincoln: 150 years later, hundreds retrace funeral procession

Descendants of those who accompanied Lincoln’s coffin in 1865 join re-enactment in his hometown to the Old State Capitol, where he lay in state Continue reading...

Share teachers to plug shortage, union chief tells schools

Russell Hobby of National Association of Head Teachers says members should act over crisis before ministers close schools or recruit unqualified teachers Continue reading...

Secret Teacher: I stay calm in the face of trauma so I can do my job

Teachers deal with everything from neglect to abuse on a regular basis. It might sound uncaring, but if we always let it get to us, our job would be impossible*More from the Secret Teacher Continue reading...

Head teachers chief rails against government's 'crazy schemes'

Russell Hobby to address NAHT conference by encouraging heads to stand up to ministers who stifle innovation and decrying Ofsted’s ‘pernicious’ grading system Continue reading...

Ten bills Labour wants to implement in government

Ed Miliband reveals 10 measures, from an energy price freeze to repealing the market framework for the NHS, he would set out in a Queen’s speech if elected Continue reading...

Labour's Tristram Hunt calls on parents to play more with their young children

Prevalence of technology, lack of time or understanding could be behind ‘marked decline’ in speech and language skills of four-year-olds starting school, Hunt says Continue reading...

Fate of Cornwall's first free school hangs in balance

Future of St Michael’s in Camborne to be announced next week, with the school expected to be absorbed into local academy and stripped of Catholic designation Continue reading...

University to go ahead with Charlie Hebdo conference after outcry

Queen’s University Belfast reverses earlier decision to cancel conference on security grounds after writers and academics dispute reasoning Continue reading...

Higher tuition fees are distorting the choices poorer students make

Research shows a decrease in tuition fees could see students from poorer backgrounds choosing different courses and working less during term time Continue reading...

Schools providing £43.5m of extra support to children due to cuts – poll

Survey shows school leaders paying for food, clothes and washing facilities to outings and head lice treatment, raising fears for deeper cuts in next parliament Continue reading...

Private schools in UK attracting record numbers of students

Rise in those attending independent schools in Britain is underpinned by increasing numbers of pupils coming from overseas Continue reading...

LSE takes legal action to evict occupying student protesters

London students took over university room in March to protest against tuition fees and privatisation, with support from Russell Brand Continue reading...

Parents ban kids going on school visit to Exeter mosque due to 'terror fears'

Parents of 10 children aged seven to 11 have been told the pupils’ absences will be considered truancy by council after they cited safety concerns Continue reading...

Russell Group universities are the most successful fundraisers, report finds

Study shows the bulk of funds attained via donations and gifts is raised by UK’s leading research universities, with Oxbridge dominating the field Continue reading...

Six UK universities reach the top of worldwide subject league tables

While US universities dominate the QS subject tables again, UK universities come out top in education and geography, among othersQS world university rankings 2015 by subject Continue reading...

Schools' hidden funding crisis: teachers take drastic action as cuts hit hard

The big issue Each day this week we are looking at the key election battleground issues. With education facing a 12% cut in real terms, subjects are being axed, class sizes rising and job losses loom – but the parties are failing to address it Continue reading...

Factcheck: Tory manifesto claims on schools don’t add up

In our diary: Contentious election claims scrutinised; Conservative candidate upsets Bristol headteachers. Plus Banbury row over academy admissions Continue reading...

Corinthian Colleges shuts down all 28 remaining campuses after $30m fine

The company said it was working with other educational institutions by coordinating to accept students’ transcripts Continue reading...


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