University of Manchester students are also planning to withhold tuition fee payments in a protest over lost lectures and classes
‘This shocking practice highlights just how pervasive institutional racism is across the higher education sector,’ says Labour’s shadow education secretary
'It is particularly concerning that large numbers of students who submitted evidence said they couldn't afford heating and food'
‘We are encouraging schools and colleges to reflect on how they can best assure their students their phones will be safe’
‘How can I lead a school when I do not agree with what is being ‘forced’ upon us?’
'The structure and implementation of the apprenticeship levy has acted as a barrier and brake to skills development'
'Government’s reforms have failed some of the most disadvantaged learners.This should be a national scandal and education ministers should be ashamed'
'If children do not have access to counsellors, mentors and police then they will find themselves in vulnerable situations that they won’t be able to escape'
'Younger workers are searching for greater meaning in their work and a role that will bring them satisfaction and the social impact they are looking for'
Vulnerable children with special needs experience 'a lot of shaming' for their behaviour in some schools, charity leader says
Verbal abuse, off-hand racist comments and exclusions from social events are the most common experiences among students
Researchers warn of a ‘Skynet scenario’ involving weaponized robots fighting wars against each other
‘We do not have an educational level playing field,’ says the vice chancellor of Anglia Ruskin University
'It is high time we admitted the entire 11-plus test system is flawed and unworkable'
'This is the most racially abused I have been in my entire life,' says Tyrell Pearce
'These problems have been at best side-lined and at worst silenced by institutions. We need to talk about the open secrets that plague academia'