With thousands of teachers taking part in industrial action across England, Scotland and Wales, those new to the profession are fighting for the same investment in education they were promised when they were at school.
With the education sector at a breaking point, many teachers feel they have little choice but to take industrial action.
Proposals to introduce a minimum GCSE threshold for student loans will disproportionately affect those from marginalised backgrounds.
As the government reviews its ‘anti-terror’ programme, the plight of young Muslims suffering as a result of racist policy only looks set to worsen.
Government plans to make it harder for people to go to university will only entrench inequality.
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.