Almost a quarter of 18-25 who watch porn think they might be addicted

A new survey from BBC Three suggests that almost a quarter (23 percent) of people aged 18-25 who watch porn think they...

Plans set to be approved for new Manchester College Campus on site of former...

Plans to build a Manchester College campus on the City Centre site of the former Boddington's Brewery are set to be approved...

Public and private sector join forces to create new apprenticeship fund in Salford

A new apprenticeship fund is to be launched to unlock new talent and close the skills gap in Salford.

Mayors rallying call for early year education reform

Mayor of Greater Manchester Andy Burnham has issued a rallying call to step up the pace of early year’s reform as work...

Combined Authority backs programme to tackle inequality issue

National initiative InnovateHer is pledging its commitment to assisting more than 55 schools and reaching over 1,000 girls by 2020, to help improve equality...

Revealed: The regions in England which receive the most pupil premium funding

New research has revealed the amount of pupil premium funding allocated to secondary schools across England and the proportions of pupils within...

New OFSTED proposals set to benefit schools in more deprived areas

New proposals that could help the rankings of schools in poorer and more deprived areas have been announced by the school's Inspectorate...

Teacher training bursaries failing to keep “hard to recruit” teachers in the profession

The Government is failing to recruit and keep top graduates in the teaching profession, according to Department for Education data.

How your child learns language from touchscreen apps

FROM Minecraft to Toca Kitchen, there are no shortage of apps for children. But for the discerning parent, it’s...

University leaders warn of ‘high stakes’ of no deal Brexit

Manchester University Vice-Chancellor Nancy Rothwell has signed an open letter to politicians warning of the risks for research, staff and students if the UK leaves...