Gender inequality has to be tackled by all teachers, no matter their subject
29% of GCSE students report doing practical science less than once a month
If teachers want to have a voice, we have to start somewhere
Could refocusing chemistry education open doors to students with additional educational needs?
Reports claim TATP synthesised by mistake at the University of Bristol
Trainee recruitment targets not met for the past five years
New Institutes of Technology aim to bolster technical education
PISA and TIMSS show mixed results for the UK
New competition asks young people to explore solutions for global health and development issues
Lee Elliot Major of the Sutton Trust discusses the impact of selective education.
Paul MacLellan digs into the problem with research from Durham, a secondary school teacher and a journal editor
How do you teach two classes at once? Bill Beveridge explains the incredible situation teachers find themselves in
Kristy Turner asks one of her pupils to share his experience of A-level chemistry