Elite universities, fields of study and top salaries: Which degree will make you rich?

Alice Sullivan

12 August 2018

Alice Sullivan

As more people gain university degrees, people are increasingly aware that some degrees may be worth more than others. We know that the British socioeconomic elite is dominated by people who have attended elite universities, and widening access to these universities is therefore seen as a potential lever to promote social mobility. However, people who have attended prestigious universities also tend to come from affluent childhood backgrounds, and are relatively likely to have...

Having a critical friend: Further anecdotal tales in pursuit of the elusive doctorate

David Morris and David Cudworth

17 August 2018

David Morris and David Cudworth

Shared understandings of technology to support children’s digital citizenship

Kelly Johnston,* Fay Hadley* & Kate Highfield^

15 August 2018

Kelly Johnston,* Fay Hadley* & Kate Highfield^

What if east Asia’s high achievement is not the result of longer hours of study, cram schools, and exam pressure?

Jeremy Rappleye and Hikaru Komatsu

10 August 2018

Jeremy Rappleye and Hikaru Komatsu

Open resources and accessibility

Tharindu Rekha Liyanagunawardena

7 August 2018

Tharindu Rekha Liyanagunawardena

Encouraging inclusion of at-risk students through co-op video games

Thorkild Hanghøj

2 August 2018

Thorkild Hanghøj

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Did socially engaged students make more cognitive contribution?

Fan Ouyang

31 July 2018

Fan Ouyang