Teresa Belton explores the research behind the advantages of being bored.
For the first time ever, a university from outside the United States has topped the Times Educational Supplement's annual ranking.
Kyla Wahlstrom looks at the sleep patterns of teenage brains, and the implications for school start times.
Gordon Brown, former British prime minister, looks at how we can ensure children around the world have access to education.
The 2016 UNESCO Global Education Monitoring report highlights the work still needed to provide universal education at all levels.
The world's best universities, according to the latest QS World University Rankings.
In a recent survey, almost 80% of young people said they've taken an online course. Is this the future of education?
Eurostat data outlines the highest concentration of graduates across Europe.
In a blog post, Bill Gates explores personalized learning.
A research group at Cardiff University has been analysing the difference in boys' and girls' perceptions of their school experiences.
A new study published by the National Bureau of Economic Research discovered a link between the number of universities in a country and its GDP.
Helle Thorning-Schmidt on how to ensure that every child learns, regardless of their income, location, or social status.
An MIT study reveals that the area of your brain dedicated to reading has reading-specific connections even before you learn.
Pew Research Center reveals seven ways that millennials are different to their grandparents' generation 50 years ago.
Gaia Vince looks at bilingualism and its possible benefits.