'It is time for a thorough investigation into why the demands of religious groups are prioritised over the rights of children and parents'
'It is disappointing to hear that Damian Hinds is keen to expand school places in grammar schools'
'Opening the door to further competition through variable fees will damage the sector'
Universities on the continent are increasing their offers as they expect students to look outside of the UK for courses in the years after Brexit
'We're very concerned that employers are not talking despite impact on students', union boss says
Ms May admits that the student finance system is no longer working as she announces a major review into post-18 education
Rabbis reportedly insistent schools should be allowed to tell children Earth was created on date in Bible
Review likely to look at issues such as cutting or freezing tuition fees
The Treasury Committee is 'unconvinced' by argument that high interest rates on student loans are progressive, report says
Artist will accept the award at a ceremony on 3 March during Harvard's annual Cultural Rhythms festival