Government plans to reduce the annual student loan repayment threshold will only drive up inequality within education.
A group of young activists are hoping to expose and undermine the links between education and technology companies.
With marginalised students even less likely to achieve top grades during the pandemic, it’s about time we addressed systemic inequality within our education system, writes NUS president, Larissa Kennedy.
Following the IPCC report issuing its most severe warning on the climate crisis yet, students came together in London to demand government action.
Former teacher Alan Moss recalls photographing Hughes-Quinn Junior High – a school in a troubled area with an often misunderstood student body.
New research has exposed a disturbing campaign to promote vaccine hesitancy among schoolchildren and parents.
After hearing about some of the difficulties children were facing in lockdown, Bex Day decided to document subjects all under the age of 13 to explore just how significantly their lives had changed.
In 1968, disillusioned with traditional universities, a group of thinkers decided to create their own.
Labour is right about abolishing private schools. Upholding tiered education because it benefits your child is not wanting the ‘best’ for them – it is wanting worse for others.
The current industrial dispute in universities about pensions could change the balance of power in higher education for good, writes lecturer James Smith.
Take a peek into the lives of young American students who found an alternative to overpriced housing in communal living, in Generation Cooperative.
18-year-old activist and writer June Eric-Udorie crowdfunded a screening for girls of colour in London, because how we see ourselves on screen matters.