Young women must be encouraged to take risks without fear of failing or being judged, according to a leading headmistress.
Nearly one in four of England’s top-paid academy leaders received pay increases of 10% or more last year, figures suggest.
Cambridge University produces the most employable graduates in the UK, according to a new poll.
Jeremy Corbyn has urged the Government to “wake up” to the damage of education cuts and to end decades of under-investment which has led to a “productivity crisis” in the UK economy.
Potentially life-saving advice showing schoolchildren what to do if they are caught up in a terror attack is being made available to be taught in UK schools for the first time.
Children should be able to try out “the many cloaks of identity” without being labelled or bullied, the Church of England has said.
Education Secretary John Swinney was confronted with the “sheer enormity and awfulness” of the Holocaust as he visited Auschwitz with almost 200 Scottish school pupils.
Many schoolchildren are missing out on the chance to learn the crucial computing skills needed in modern society, a leading scientific body has warned.
Having more girls in school could help boost boys’ results, a study has found.
Students are subsidising university research through their tuition fees, according to a new report.
Education trade unions are urging the Government to give teachers an immediate 5% pay rise after seven years of real terms cuts.
The amount of financial support paid to students by the Scottish Government has risen to record levels, new figures show.
Ministers are being urged to write-off £11 billion of interest on student loans in a major overhaul of the system of university funding.
Pupils and staff have made a video encouraging maths teachers to apply for vacancies at their school amid a dearth of candidates.
Hundreds more poor students could be admitted to the UK’s top universities if entry requirements for these youngsters were dropped by two A-level grades, according to research.
New, tougher GCSEs are giving teenagers a better knowledge of English and maths, the Education Secretary has said.
More than 100 MPs have written to Oxford and Cambridge urging the universities to take urgent action to recruit more talented students from disadvantaged and under-represented backgrounds.
A letter from a Government whip to universities asking for the names of professors teaching about Brexit should “probably” not have been sent, Universities Minister Jo Johnson has said.
Lecturers have hit out after a Tory MP wrote to universities asking for names of professors teaching about Brexit and requesting links to their courses.
Parents and teachers are to stage a lobby of Parliament today to raise concerns about school funding cuts.
The Oxbridge universities have been accused of a “social apartheid” by a Labour MP who obtained figures which he said showed they draw their students from a “privileged minority”.
Universities that fail to protect free speech, or are unable to justify high salaries for bosses, could face fines or lose funding under Government plans.
University lecturers and other academic staff have shown “overwhelming support” for industrial action over pensions.
Thousands of primary school pupils are to take part in trials designed to see if activities such as music and drama can help boost results in the classroom.
All schools across the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland are to remain closed on Tuesday as the authorities deal with the aftermath of Storm Ophelia.
Labour has raised concerns about a 40% increase in the number of primary pupils being taught in classes of 30 or more.
MPs are to examine the impact of university tuition fees as part of a new inquiry into the student loans system.
Education can lead to a longer life, with another 12 months added for every year of learning beyond school, research has shown.
Many young parents are struggling financially, campaigners have warned.
Around one in eight sixth-formers scored at least a hat-trick of top grades in their A-levels this year, official figures show.
Tests and exams are becoming more important in some schools than making sure children get a good grounding in a wide range of subjects, the head of Ofsted has warned.
University tuition fees will not rise next year, the Government has confirmed.