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Education Guardian
12/08/2016 at 09:57. Facebook
As it stands, some European countries enable Brits to study without paying tuition fees or incurring anywhere near as much debt as they would in the UK. Here’s a roundup of our top destinations:

The best places to study for a degree in Europe

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Yet another education secretary squeezes out the arts – it's the same problem but this time it's on the sly

Dear Justine Greening, Michael Gove attacked school arts openly not on the QT – Michael Rosen

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Education Guardian
12/06/2016 at 14:19. Facebook
‘A result of human error’ has left 108 students without their expected payment, leaving some in financial trouble

Postgrad students lose financial support after loan company mistake

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12/05/2016 at 14:23. Facebook
A selection of the handiest tools for your revision, admin and research

The best apps for law students

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Education Guardian
12/03/2016 at 07:24. Facebook
Teachers should address injustice, but some I work with fail to recognise issues of diversity and cultural stereotyping

Secret Teacher: I'm tired of my colleagues' ignorance about race

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Education Guardian
12/02/2016 at 13:19. Facebook
Sometimes leaving higher education is the right move. But it’s worth considering the other possibilities

So you feel like dropping out of uni. What are the options?

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12/02/2016 at 10:58. Facebook
I want to be a good scientist but that means I can’t be anything else, as all my time is taken up trying to find contracts

Academia is now incompatible with family life, thanks to casual contracts

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Education Guardian
12/01/2016 at 16:59. Facebook
Amanda Wray has spent two years collaborating with top private schools, developing strategies to help pupils in state schools excel

What can state schools learn from Eton?

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12/01/2016 at 16:29. Facebook
Increasing online surveillance has serious implications for researchers and study participants. Why aren’t we protesting?

The 'snooper's charter' is a threat to academic freedom

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12/01/2016 at 12:03. Facebook
Recent graduate Leah Harvey shares her experiences of being the only black female student in her year at drama school

Being a black drama student: 'The fear of stereotyping is crippling'

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We’d like to hear from young people, parents and teachers about the impact of sexual harassment on school life in England. Share your experiences

Have you been affected by sexual harassment at school?

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Every university could be made to sponsor a school, in exchange for raising fees. But critics say it won’t work

Should universities take control of schools? The government thinks so

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Ofsted is once again trying to bust the myth that extensive marking is best for students. When will the message get through?

It's official: your school's marking policy is probably wrong

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A rise in racist incidents and a crackdown on visas leaves EU and overseas students nervous about studying in the UK

'They tell me not to speak Polish': students on life after Brexit vote

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Leading authors pick international classics that should be on every students’ bookshelves, but are often neglected by universities

The non-western books that every student should read

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Leading authors pick international classics that should be on every students’ bookshelves, but are often neglected by universities

The non-western books that every student should read

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I am paid less than ever before and work with scant resources but it is bliss compared with my old schools in Britain

Secret Teacher: I moved to Africa – and realised how flawed British education is

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The sector has a lot to say about the teaching excellence framework. But what about the people it is supposed to benefit?

Everyone’s talking about the Tef, but no one is listening to students

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Sixth-form College of National Security will teach cyber skills to some of Britain’s most gifted youngsters to fight growing threat

School for teenage codebreakers to open in Bletchley Park

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