Education

The cowardice of senior staff at Batley Grammar should be a lesson to all educationalists about the importance of defending open discussion

In a warning to teachers around the world, one American teacher opens up about the invasion of woke orthodoxy in the education sector

As Winchester College prepares to turn co-educational, Alexander Larman asks if single-sex boarding schools may soon become a thing of the past

Steve Morris reflects on his time at the University of East Anglia with his contemporary, Iain Dale

Engaging with students on the history of mathematics would do far more than pretending that the subject abounds with racism

Schools have become too focussed on training talent in service of the economy to the detriment of individual and collective flourishing

It is high time we ally elite education, irrespective of background, with the service of the public good

In the obsession with infection metrics, we seem to have lost sight of what’s important about school itself

In an attempt to ‘decolonise the curriculum’, California may vote to promote the celebration of pre-Christian deities who often performed human sacrifice

It is strange to think that a piece of wood on a board can be so emblematic of what it means to be human