Today’s news review will look at the life satisfaction of those who take an apprenticeship instead of going to university, along with a report from the social mobility commission.
Today’s news review examines a report put out by the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT) on school funding, and the government’s industrial strategy.
Today’s news review looks at the report published by the Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI) into the effect of Brexit on UK universities, as well as Lord Laming’s comments on children in care.
Today’s news review looks at coverage of an announcement on mental health provision in schools, further coverage of plans to create more grammar school places and coverage of the Higher Education and Research Bill.
Education Secretary Justine Greening has answered questions from students on The Student Room, the largest online student community in the world. Students aged between 14 and 24 submitted questions covering everything from grammar schools, exams, tuition fees to mental health …
Today's news review looks at a report into social mobility.
Today’s news review looks at a report on post-19 education, support for school libraries, the cost of childcare for children below school age and the royal charters for the UK's research councils
Today, Friday 4 November, Dyson announced that it will be launching an Institute of Technology in partnership with Warwick University that will offer engineering degree apprenticeships to twenty five students a year. The succesful applications will work for Dyson in …
Today’s news review looks at figures published in Parliament that reveal the difference a grammar school education can make to disadvantaged children and the More Than a Score coalition.
Today's news review looks at the Technical and Further Education Bill which was published in Parliament yesterday.