The next Einstein could be an African woman, but Africa’s gender gap in science education and jobs means the world may never know.Read More
Today’s positive news story from the Rooftop: the first ever Afghan has been awarded the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship. Summia Tora will begin her postgraduate at Oxford University in autumn 2020.Read More
The latest results long-term study show an increase in the number of young people with visual impairments entering employment.Read More
As advances in artificial intelligence and automation continue, the distance between high-skilled elites and everyone else will only grow. To counter this problem, we should be using new technologies to educate more people at lower cost argue former Prime Minister GORDON BROWN and ANANT AGARWAL.Read More
This December, the British public can transform the lives of these brave individuals, thanks to the Big Give Christmas Challenge, which will double the value of all donations made to Prisoners of Conscience between 3 and 10 December.Read More
A new interactive floor system which helps children with autism develop communication skills has been unveiled at Springhallow School in Ealing.Read More
The Super Furry Animals can add another success to their chart-topping adventures: inspiring an American woman to increase her confidence.Read More
An expedition to Mt. Elbrus in the Russian Caucasus is set to raise funds for a new classroom at the Outdoor Learning Centre in Eastleigh, HampshireRead More
A leading apprenticeship advocate has today been named CBE for services to the sector in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.
Anna Morrison CBE, has devoted herself to challenging negative perceptions around apprenticeships.
A new initiative to boost play-based learning mimicking future workplace settings has been launched.Read More