Warwick University's response to sexism, racism and rape culture on campus has been appalling but sadly predictable, writes Warwick graduate Rachel Jones.
Last week, 33,000 Los Angeles teachers went on strike. Tithi Bhattacharya analyses the past year's teachers strikes from a social reproduction framework.
The Secret Housing Barrister describes the consequences of the UK government's continued enforcement of an illegal benefits cap.
This week students at SOAS occupied the library in opposition to cuts. Seth Uzman points to the wider education struggles they are part of.
As HE workers prepare for action over pay, Mike Haynes asks: what do VCs actually do?
The newly formed National Education Union is currently balloting for action. What are the prospects for the new union and the left within it?
The government published its delayed Immigration White Paper yesterday. Here a doctor tells us about the damage current immigration policies is already causing patients.
A struggle over library cuts reveals how shock doctrine tactics work at the level of an individual university.
A key dispute in the battle against education privatisation has been unfolding at John Roan school in Greenwich. Support staff will be on strike again next week.
Barry Hines's book A Kestrel for a Knave, which became the film Kes, was published fifty years ago this year, but it remains as relevant as ever.