Rather than syphoning off students’ exorbitant fees to fossil fuels and arms companies, universities have a duty to set an example.
Campaigners and student sex workers explain why all students – regardless of the occupation they choose to support themselves – deserve help, guidance, and safety.
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.
Last month a campaign to oust police from schools in Greater Manchester proved victorious – but organisers say this is just the first step in dismantling the UK’s culture of over-policing.
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.
Punitive university policies around illicit substance use are failing students – but what would an alternative approach look like?
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 surviving war and finding a way out, Gazan students speak about the experience of studying in Britain, their guilt, family, and the future of Palestine.
During the 1970s, an organisation made up of thousands of young people came together to combat racism. While relatively forgotten, there are vital lessons to be learned from their organising.
Liberated by anonymity, students across the country are sharing stories of sexual assault online – but how effective are these spaces in helping survivors overcome their trauma and addressing systemic misogyny?