The number of young people into higher education keeps on rising and has gone over 50 per cent. It is nothing to do with any target.
Getting more A* students to Oxbridge or building more technical colleges is not equal to the task of poor quality degrees, cancel culture, and pointless student debt.
Modularised courses could help to prepare learners for work in growth sectors whilst reversing decline in strategic industries.
She is pushing through reforms which are of tremendous significance, but as yet unnoticed by the wider public.
What turns young people away from the Conservatives isn’t more education. It’s the retreat of the property-owning democracy.
Radical devolution and a new focus on HE and FE are among two things that can help the Government achieve its aims.
Unlocking potential and expanding opportunity is a cornerstone to a just society.
The third in a three-part series on how the Government can deliver a strong, secure future for the United Kingdom.
University culture wars are emblematic of a wider societal sickness; one that the Government has done little to get a grip on.
Such qualifications offer a pathway to secure employment with less debt, but public attitudes don’t recognise their value.
This is UK tertiary education, Jim, but not as we know it. It embodies a radical new approach based on the best global practice.
The Department for Education has had a year to work out how to prevent a repeat of last year. It has rolled over.
Covid-19 is likely to have lasting effects on our preferences, where and how we want to work, and where we are able to travel.
Our introduction to: what each Bill is, the politics of it, who’s responsible, arguments for and against – and a controversy rating out of ten.