But study finds pupils from wealthy backgrounds still far more likely to go to university
The Agency, an initiative imported from Brazil’s favelas, allows young people from deprived inner-city areas to develop business ideas benefitting their communities
The Easter holidays are crunch time for GCSE and A-level revision. Applying sports psychology can help pupils focus and make the most of their time
As GCSE revision season starts, Florence Cook speaks to five education experts for their advice to parents on dealing with the stresses of exam season and supporting children
Why teachers are so angry: Botched education reforms, increased workload, meddling ministers…you name it!
Even the ATL, the most moderate teaching union, has been on strike twice during the lifetime of this government. Its leader, Mary Bousted, tells Richard Garner what action is needed to defuse the discontent
Association of Teachers and Lecturers’ conference told that government guidance after Trojan horse affair in Birmingham was ‘political posturing’
David Cameron argues we need to train the smartest to teach. But Finnish universities select only 10% of applicants – and not the cleverest