There are cracks in the ivory tower regarding how well universities feel they are preparing students for the world of work. And nothing could be better for higher education. Over the past decade, surveys
Oxford University professor given security guards for lectures after threats from transgender activists
An Oxford University professor has been given security guards to accompany her to lectures after receiving threats from transgender activists. Prof Selina Todd, a historian who specialises in the lives
It has taken a surprisingly long time for the chickens to come home to roost. But watching Zarah Sultana, the 26-year-old new Labour MP for Coventry South, waving her student debt bill at ministers over
The American Federation of Teachers accuses Education Secretary Betsy DeVos of "arbitrary" and "capricious" agency action, according to the complaint. The American Federation of Teachers filed a lawsuit
Universities must reflect society and improve students’ experience, says Chris Skidmore The universities minister has criticised UK higher education institutions for their failure to recruit and promote
Number of black academics in top university roles is 'officially zero' as minister says it is 'unacceptable'
The number of black academics in top university roles is “officially zero”, new figures show as the higher education minister said the situation is “unacceptable”. Last year there were 540 senior academics