From primary schools to free schools to university fees, The Report investigates education in Britain.
Phil Kemp reveals the ideological battle between Ofsted and some of its inspectors.
Why some primary schools are fighting government plans to force them to become academies.
The Report asks why so many mistakes were found on exam papers this summer.
Simon Cox investigates the battle for influence over free schools.
Who runs England's schools? James Silver investigates the Government's drive for academies
Are private schools doing enough to support state schools? Simon Cox investigates.
Should British universities rethink donations from the Middle East?
Straight A's and on the verge of signing-on: the plight of the well-educated unemployed.
What is the impact of the £9,000-a-year student fees on English universities?
The Report investigates the likely impact of public spending cuts on English universities.
Investigating falling school exclusion rates which may be masking failure.
Why has London Metropolitan University lost its licence to sponsor overseas students?
James Silver asks whether some UK campuses have become seedbeds for extremism.