A new book co-authored by Diane Reay, Professor of Education at Cambridge University, delves into the assumptions and motivations of liberal parents in making decisions about secondary schools.
Despite our best efforts, social mobility in the UK does not seem to be improving. Diane Reay, Professor of Education at the University of Cambridge, will be speaking at Hay about the hereditary curse of the English education system and her developing vision for a “socially just” replacement.
The teaching of literacy and language skills, both in the UK and overseas, needs significant reform to curb the "unproductive" effects of government standardisation, a major new study suggests.
For some children, acquiring the important skills of learning to read or do arithmetic is fraught with difficulty. Educational neuroscience is helping to understand why.
Expensive medical equipment is lying unused in Rwanda's leading hospital because it costs too much to use it, a report by enterprising students has found.