Writing in the Express on Tuesday, 2 February, Universities Minister Michelle Donelan set out her reasons for providing an extra £50m to support students during the pandemic.
Today’s Education in the media blog looks at tuition fees for students from the EU, children placed in care in Kent, a report into inequality in the school system and how we are supporting parents to teach their children from …
Today’s education in the media blog discusses a report from Action for Children on children’s centres, university costs for students and an Opportunity Area in Derby.
Today's Education in the media blog looks at the recent announcement on tuition fees, and the gender pay gap. Tuition fees On Saturday, 30 September, the Prime Minister announced that the government is planning to freeze tuition fees at …
Today’s news review covers new measures announced in a speech by Universities Minister Jo Johnson to make universities more accountable, including when deciding how much to pay senior staff. It also outlines the latest coverage on training provider Learndirect.
Following a report by the Institute for Fiscal Studies that looked into tuition fees, Jo Johnson, Minister for Universities, has outlined the government’s stance on the higher education system in England.
Today’s news review looks at the debate around tuition fees, and lateness fines.
Some incorrect claims have been made about the Teaching Excellence Framework, including the changes to tuition fees that have been proposed. Here we set out the facts.
Today’s news review looks at A level results day, university fees, and custom essay writing services.
Today’s news review looks at coverage of the National Union of Students survey about student earnings, Russell Group comments on the decoupling of AS and A levels and university offering incentives.