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New Ofsted chief named as David Hoare, trustee of academy chain AET

Appointment follows rows within government over role and is first senior appointment by new education secretary Continue reading...

Applying to uni: a guide for students with disabilities

All universities are set up for students with disabilities, but try to visit the one you choose to see for yourself Continue reading...

Ofsted chair David Hoare: pro-academies but not a Tory donor

Academy links will be seen by some as surefire bias, yet businessman may be early fruit of softer approach to education Continue reading...

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Ofsted chair David Hoare: from oil to academies

Stanford Business School graduate with 40-year business career who has served as academies ambassador for government Continue reading...

My languages guilt: am I making the most of my degree?

The government complains about a modern languages skills gap, but graduates often find they have to retrain to get a job Continue reading...

Q&A: How parents can help students get the most out of Clearing

University Clearing begins when A-level results come out in two weeks. Start planning your strategy by joining our experts in a live chat on Thursday 7 AugustHow to be the perfect parent on results day by a psychology professor Continue reading...

How to be the perfect parent on A-level results day

Be ready to support students but remember that they are in the driving seat if they have to go through ClearingGet expert advice live online on Thursday 7 August Continue reading...

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...

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...

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...

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...


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