"It's educated people who are causing the most damage to the planet," says sixth-former Joe Brindle.
Study of module offered at US university suggests it substantially cut graduates’ emissions compared with those of average citizen
Children must be encouraged to learn through their involvement in reducing the environmental impact of their homes and pre-schools, say a coalition of early years educators
Technology has transformed almost every aspect of our lives, and now it seems that education systems around the world are due for an update.
These strategies can help students who are able to decode well but have difficulty understanding what they read—and they’re beneficial for all students.
Giving students the opportunity to interact with authors can help develop a passion not only for writing, but for other subjects like science or music.
Holiday sessions for pupils as young as six condemned by DfE and teaching unions
One teacher shares her strategies to address possible student choice pitfalls like accountability and classroom management.
Educators are finding creative, culturally responsive ways to use rap and hip-hop music to teach history, poetry and writing.
Not a single woman's name features in the national curriculum for science, an education charity says - prompting calls for the government to act over a "lack of visible role models for girls"