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Working class students ‘lose out' when universities focus on A-levels over vocational courses
A-levels
Social Justice

Working class students ‘lose out' when universities focus on A-levels over vocational courses

Sex education faces a misinformation crisis, says TikTok pioneer Sophia Smith Galer
Sophia Smith Galer campaigns for better sex education
Health

Sex education faces a misinformation crisis, says TikTok pioneer Sophia Smith Galer

Exam board staff to strike on A-Level results day
Strike action

Exam board staff to strike on A-Level results day

Rising inflation has already cancelled out pay rises for teachers, NHS staff and police officers
Nurses next to operation
Pay

Rising inflation has already cancelled out pay rises for teachers, NHS staff and police officers

‘Children are dead. And people are still making excuses’: March For Our Lives activist Ariel Hobbs
March For Our Lives rally in New York, 2018
podcast

‘Children are dead. And people are still making excuses’: March For Our Lives activist Ariel Hobbs

What are T Levels and why should I study this new qualification?
Students learn how to drive a fork-lift truck
Education

What are T Levels and why should I study this new qualification?

The loss of humanities courses like English literature will leave education in a poorer place
Paul McNamee

The loss of humanities courses like English literature will leave education in a poorer place

UK social mobility tsar tells working class people to lower their ambitions
Social mobility

UK social mobility tsar tells working class people to lower their ambitions

Troy Deeney: 'What about learning what other countries were like before Britain colonised them?'
Troy Deeney
Activism

Troy Deeney: 'What about learning what other countries were like before Britain colonised them?'

School social enterprise stars take up the Big Issue sell-off challenge!
To launch our Schools Sell-Off in partnership with Social Enterprise Academy, Big Issue vendor Anabel (centre) met pupils Orla Maxwell, Aaron McKenna, Kierston Gibb and Willow Michael from St Bernard’s Primary School in Glasgow.
Sponsored content

School social enterprise stars take up the Big Issue sell-off challenge!

Social enterprise: the next generation shaping a better world
Social Enterprise Schools share experiences across the globe
Sponsored content

Social enterprise: the next generation shaping a better world

Natural history GCSE to be introduced as part of government's climate education strategy
Binoculars
Earth Day 2022

Natural history GCSE to be introduced as part of government's climate education strategy

A third of jobs advertised on the government's flagship Kickstart scheme went unfilled
Unemployment

A third of jobs advertised on the government's flagship Kickstart scheme went unfilled

Careers advice is pushing young people into jobs based off their parents' wealth, think tank warns
careers advice
Education

Careers advice is pushing young people into jobs based off their parents' wealth, think tank warns

The government needs to 'put climate and nature at the heart of education in the UK'
Taking exams
Education

The government needs to 'put climate and nature at the heart of education in the UK'

More than 270,000 pupils will have left school before special educational needs and disabilities paper takes effect
Bridget Phillipson speaks about the SEND green paper in the Commons.
Education

More than 270,000 pupils will have left school before special educational needs and disabilities paper takes effect

SEND green paper: Ministers wrong to suggest culture is the problem in underfunded schools, say experts
send green paper
schools

SEND green paper: Ministers wrong to suggest culture is the problem in underfunded schools, say experts

School life leaves children in poverty feeling ‘embarrassed and excluded’
children in poverty
child poverty

School life leaves children in poverty feeling ‘embarrassed and excluded’

The government vowed to tackle misogyny in schools. Teachers say little has changed
A banner at London's “97% March” in April 2021 reads 'educate your sons'.
Violence Against Women

The government vowed to tackle misogyny in schools. Teachers say little has changed

‘I’m considering not having kids’: Staff at UK universities speak of impact of pension cut
University strikes

‘I’m considering not having kids’: Staff at UK universities speak of impact of pension cut