A new study of libraries in England has found that they must change in order to survive.
The Independent Library Report for England outlines the need to shake off an outdated image.
Lecturers and students in Paris have demonstrated against poor facilities at their universities.
Years of low investment in higher education means that universities do not have enough resources to run courses properly.
The English Government is to allocate £3.5 million to the provision of “character education”, it says.Read more
The number of exam results changed after schools queried the marks has risen.Read more
The French government is to establish a new world-class super-university just outside Paris.Read more
The number of teachers in Scotland is at its lowest for a decade, according to new figures.Read more
A new student loan for post-graduate Master’s degrees students is to be introduced in England.Read more
Jamaica’s recently-implemented Tablets in Schools pilot project is experiencing some initial problems.Read more
South African universities should remain unique, says a respected vice-chancellor.Read more
Bright students are going backwards in their first year at secondary school, finds a new report.Read more
Thousands of teachers in the northeast of China have been demonstrating over low pay.Read more
Students in Macedonia have rejected government reforms intended to improved education.Read more
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