Record numbers of UK students are choosing to take up places at US universities.
An elite new GCSE grade for the most outstanding students will be awarded only to the top one in five candidates who currently get A and A*, the exams watchdog Ofqual has announced.
Number of job vacancies requiring a first-class degree has fallen by 80 per cent in two years, study finds
Fewer employers are insisting on applicants for jobs having a first-class degree, according to research published today.
Number of primary school children taking part in arts activities has dropped by a third since the last election, Labour claims
A significant drop in the number of primary school children taking part in dance, music and drama is highlighted in a report by Labour today.
Schools should not be judged by the numbers they get into Oxford or Cambridge, according to the head teacher of one of the country’s leading independent schools.
A growing number of teachers, pupils and schools were caught cheating in this year’s GCSE, AS and A-level exams, according to official figures published on Wednesday.
Survey reveals growing number of grandparents contributing towards their grandchildren’s university education
Growing numbers of grandparents are having to dig deep into their pockets to contribute towards the cost of their grandchildren’s university education, according to a survey.