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2VCs on ... are university degree models stuck in the past?

2VCs on ... are university degree models stuck in the past?

Higher education needs to evolve from the lecture hall to encompass new technology and meet the needs of a diverse range of learners

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Ditching the sets: why we re teaching mixed ability lessons for science

Ditching the sets: why we re teaching mixed ability lessons for science

Research suggests that teaching mixed ability classes is seen as unconventional and risky. But we’re seeing positive change in how students engage

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Grenfell campaigners fight to save further education college

Grenfell campaigners fight to save further education college

Residents fear closure of site after merger of Kensington and Chelsea College with another outside the borough

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Bath University staff plan urgent meeting over vice-chancellor pay

Bath University staff plan urgent meeting over vice-chancellor pay

Union leaders say open days have become ‘embarrassing’ with questions about £468,000 awarded to Glynis Breakwell, the highest in the country

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Oxford University apologises after false claim in  selection by wealth  battle

Oxford University apologises after false claim in selection by wealth battle

University's director of graduate admissions admits it was wrong to say other institutions employ a postgraduate 'wealth test'

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Oxford religious hall closes down

Oxford religious hall closes down

Greyfriars, one of Oxford University's religious private halls, is to close its doors to students after nearly a century.

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Graduate in £1m claim was badly let down by Oxford, court told

Graduate in £1m claim was badly let down by Oxford, court told

Lawyer for Faiz Siddiqui, who alleges ‘inadequate’ teaching stunted his career, says low 2:1 was ‘huge disappointment’

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Grammar school accused of 'legitimising fascism' after it creates 'unsafe space'

Grammar school accused of 'legitimising fascism' after it creates 'unsafe space'

A grammar school has been criticised by its own students for creating an “unsafe space” where pupils will be encouraged to discuss controversial subjects including Hitler’s Mein Kampf. Simon Langton Grammar School for Boys in Canterbury, Kent, said the idea, which references the creation of “safe spaces” at universities, was an “antidote to the poison of political correctness”. Pupils will be encouraged to discuss sexism and gender issues without being “criticised for the wrong use of language”.

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Is the British education system designed to polarise people?

Is the British education system designed to polarise people?

Young people need to learn to control the richest 1% who dominate Britain, argues Professor Danny Dorling

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The dos and don’ts of writing a personal statement for law

The dos and don’ts of writing a personal statement for law

Avoid legal jargon – and be aware of what is (and isn’t) covered on the course

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