UK higher education qualifications have been suspended from the European quality standards body because of the way the Office for Students was regulating universities.
A majority of voters believe “nothing in Britain really works” and say Rishi Sunak’s party has made public services worse, according to an exclusive new poll
The collapsing school buildings scandal has exposed how the Government failed to ‘fix the roof while the sun was shining’
Student housing has never been known for its quality but, in recent years, the system has been pushed to breaking point
How is a shopping site operating in the UK able to market knives seemingly at school kids without sanction? Katherine Denkinson investigates.
Byline Times delves into the Michaela Community School and its key backers.
Byline Times investigates the financial and ideological links surrounding the Michaela School, delving into their potential impact on educational policies and practices.
A new report by the National Audit Office sounds the alarm on the state of school buildings requiring major refurbishment
New research by Byline Times reveals that billionaire oil magnate Charles Koch – behind hundreds of millions in annual donations promoting climate science disinformation and right-wing causes in the US – has been contributing to academic research in UK institutions
Was the UK trying to use schools to “booster” infections in the early days of the Coronavirus pandemic? Did teachers suffer? There is little data to prove either way
University workers are fighting for job security and fair pay. But docking lecturers’ pay risks worsening industrial action, UCU activist Dr Antonia Dawes writes
Unions have described the exchanges between former Health Secretary Matt Hancock and former Education Secretary Gavin Williamson as “sneering” and “ugly”, reports Sian Norris
Exeter University announces new, five-year funding arrangement with Shell, as students urge campuses to divest from fossil fuel interests, reports Max Colbert
Thousands of academic staff have had to accept sub-standard working conditions and casualised contracts as politicians have attempted to alter the purpose of the education system, writes Thomas Perrett
Sam Bright investigates the untaxed income earned by these schools in anti-LGBT states
Sam Bright examines how Britain can learn from the city of Groningen in the Netherlands, and how our recent political history provides a warning to the Dutch establishment
Ellie Newis and Sian Norris report on the extent and impact of child poverty as Britain continues to grapple with the cost of living crisis
Sian Norris digs into the data on a decade of cuts, assessing its impact on people and public services, as Chancellor Jeremy Hunt lines up Austerity 2.0
As Mayor of London Sadiq Khan demands universal free school meals for primary school children, Natasha Phillips reports on the impact of the cost of living crisis
Orla McAndrew speaks to students about their fears for the future as the Government once again turns a blind eye to young people
Megan Byrom reflects on the elitism that frames how the political and media class talks about the humanities