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Doctors, social workers and teachers to be legally obliged to report FGM

David Cameron announces move at Girl Summit as he also says parents will be criminalised if they fail to protect children Continue reading...

Nicky Morgan: Trojan horse report findings disturbing - video

The education secretary, Nicky Morgan, discusses Peter Clarke's report about Birmingham's schools, which has found that efforts have been made by Islamic hardliners to gain control of some schools in the city. Morgan says she will appoint a new schools commissioner for Birmingham and has ordered a review of governance within the city's council Continue reading...

Sociology A-level updated to include social media, web safety and selfies

OCR exam board says subject must take into account evolving nature of how people interact and what effect it has on society Continue reading...

State schools may prioritise poorest pupils in admissions revamp

Children eligible for pupil premium could be given preference as part of government-proposed reform Continue reading...

Breathing life into modern foreign language A-levels

Proposals for changes to the A-level curriculum focus on reinvigorating passion for languages Continue reading...

Trojan horse: teachers may face misconduct hearings, says Morgan

New education secretary also says she will look at allowing Ofsted to inspect academies in wake of scandal Continue reading...

Student loan sale U-turn 'likely to cost £12bn'

Decision to abandon sell-off will also require review of public finances, according to the Office for Budget Responsibility Continue reading...

Was your student loan worth it?

The Commons business committee has said theentire student loan system is nearing a point where it is financially unworkable. Did your university experience match up to the cost of your student loan? Continue reading...

Can drugs deliver peak learning performance?

Drugs designed to treat narcolepsy and ADHD have been found to increase students' desire and ability to learn. Should we be dosing up to enhance our language skills? Continue reading...

Birmingham schools 'feel like the Balkans', says Labour

Liam Byrne says city needs to move on after 'Trojan horse' affair and tells Nicky Morgan to not repeat 'divisive rhetoric' of Gove Continue reading...

I couldn't stop crying, then counselling changed my life

Sometimes you need to talk to a stranger about your problems in order to put them to rest Where to get help for your mental health You are not alone: students share their stories of mental health 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...

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...

Student loan system is almost financially unworkable, say MPs

Commons business committee calls for review amid fears of multibillion-pound black hole in university funding Continue reading...

Maths and science at A-level? Do the sums

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Schools need local accountability

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Goodbye Gove

School holidays bring two reasons to celebrate 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...

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...

What makes a language attractive its sound, national identity or familiarity?

The allure of a language may have more to do with perceptions of that country's status and social values than its actual sound Continue reading...

Students offered chance to 'digitally slim' their graduation photos

Students condemn photography company that offers 'digital slimming' and 'smile enhancement' to thousands of graduates Continue reading...

What's the worst job you had as a student? Open thread

Students do some unusual and sometimes grotty jobs to earn extra cash we want to hear about yours Mum, it's not easy to 'just get a job' For more on getting a job visit our hub Continue reading...

Five books to read before starting medical school

How can you prepare for a medical degree? Try reading some books that will open your mind How to write for Blogging Students Top tips for surviving medical school Continue reading...

The class of 2010: how do they feel about selective schools now?

The Guardian has been following some Kent pupils through secondary school. Now, they're about to go into year 11Facing up to the challenge of secondary schoolPupils report back on first month at secondary schoolOur Kent pupils one year inGrammar and secondary modern pupils talk about year 8Romance on the curriculum as pupils head into year 10 Continue reading...

Schools' kitchen nightmare as free meals deadline approaches

From September all infants are eligible for free school meals, but with weeks to go many schools are still struggling to be ready Continue reading...

Redundancies at City Lit as college 'focuses on beer-tasting and burlesque'

Critics say college is keeping middle-class 'hobby' courses while cutting access programmes Continue reading...


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