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We all know journalism does a lot of reporting but it is about time that the industry addresses this problem, which ironically exists under its very nose. If it does, a more diverse range of voices will have a platform to be expressed which can only lead to a more democratic industry.
A large number of academies hailed as improving the chances of disadvantaged youths are consistently failing to deliver, a
England's "confusing" apprenticeship system needs a radical overhaul in order to banish the "cruel deception" they are of
Bright poor boys are around two-and-a-half years behind their rich, clever male classmates in reading, a study has suggested
Britain's brightest state school students are shunning top universities to go and study in the US, blaming a lack of financial
Statistics published on Friday worryingly put the government on course to miss its legal duty to eradicate child poverty by 2020. It is a national scandal that the 21st Century, child poverty in this country is continuing to affect children's lives.
A degree may no longer be enough for graduates who want to stand out in the job market, according to new research. The number
State-educated students may get less help with university applications, struggle to find experiences to write about and are
More than 10% of the best UK high-flyers were educated at a handful of prestigious private schools, new research suggests
The collegiate system makes Oxford and Cambridge two of the warmest and most supportive student environments anywhere. It's difficult to eke out a reclusive existence - even if you want one - with social, academic, catering and living spaces all integrated into the same place.