University College London first to confirm it will not change tuition fees for EU students already published for next year, as NUS Scotland president insists Scottish voters 'cannot be ignored.'
Biology students have challenged their A Level exam after claiming none of the questions were on topics they had studied.
Despite young people showing an interest in gaming and IT careers, not enough plan to study required A-level maths and science subjects.
Without significant change to working conditions, the recruitment and retention crisis will deepen, warns NUT.
One respondent tells of being ‘kicked and punched’ and others fear being badly hurt in classroom, according to Unison study.
The U.S. Department of Education announced that 16 states will receive more than $113 million in grants to continue efforts to turn around our nation's persistently lowest-achieving schools through awards from the Department's School Improvement Grants (SIG) program.
The School District of Jenkintown, Park Forest Elementary School (State College, PA), and Slippery Rock University were celebrated for receiving the prestigious, national honor at a press conference.
Keeping up with the evolving job market is proving difficult for many American schools. A new report released today by the Association for Competitive Technology (ACT) shows hundreds of thousands of software developer job openings, but not enough people to fill them.
More than 60 years after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that schools must be integrated in the landmark Brown vs. Board of Education decision, segregation still plagues classrooms. What can be done to ensure true education equity?
Washington (AFP) - The US Supreme Court ruled Thursday that race and ethnicity can be taken into account when deciding college admissions, upholding a contested affirmative action scheme at the University of Texas.