In England we have equality but some have more of it than others – just look at education
Policymakers need to be careful of myths about foreign education systems, such as Finland’s, and what has made them successful
Young children today are less able to read human emotions than pupils four decades ago, an expert has said
With a growing need for skilled and ambitious recruits, graduates can look forward to a career that’s interesting, varied and well-paid, finds Julie Henry
The Chancellor, George Osborne, has said that loans up to £25,000 will be available for postgraduate PhD and research Master’s students
New rankings, published by Whatuni, reveal the top universities in the country based on the reviews of 20,000 students. Does your university feature?
Supporters of the International Baccalaureate – and there are many – claim it teaches pupils how to think, says Eleanor Doughty
Over recent months, academics and students in countries including Canada, the Netherlands and the UK have staged protests against funding cuts to courses, privatisation and precarious working conditions. We asked readers to share pictures of university protests and occupations taking place