UK universities must offer an A* experience

Cailean Hargrave, Head of Education at Portal discusses why students are increasingly applying to overseas universities

Successful tech programme from IBM gets UK pilot

The Pathways in Technology programme provides tech education, work experience, and paid internship opportunities for young people

Women in STEM scheme launches roadshow

The Digital Her programme from Manchester Digital has kicked off a roadshow to encourage women in tech

Adobe & The Royal Shakespeare Company join forces to champion creativity in education

Strategic partnership highlights the need for industry to support educators in bringing creativity and creative problem-solving to the fore

HE ‘complacent’ about edtech, claims director

Edtech falling behind secondary education levels

Not enough information on digital careers, say young people

Recent research by Climb Academy has revealed that 84% of young people feel that there isn’t enough information on digital careers

‘An altogether better place to learn’: Immersive learning at Shireland

Charley Rogers visits Shireland Collegiate Academy to view their immersive room, and to learn about their innovative approach to edtech and a flexible curriculum

A tangled web: online filtering in academia

Despite concerns over intellectual freedom, Nelson Ody insists that internet filtering can be a positive for both staff and students

A call to live classier lives

Following the announcement of A-Level results, CIMA proposes a change in the narrative around exams so that lifelong learning becomes the norm