The second part of comedian Shappi Khorsandi's witty and personal look at UK education.
Zia Chaudhry reflects on his role as a Muslim dad to help his children to feel British.
Models and graphs informing government strategy; Isolation tips; Fun science for kids.
Datshiane Navanayagam speaks to the first female head teacher of Magdalen College School.
Datshiane Navanayagam talks to Soweto Kinch about his unexpected educational journey.
Datshiane Navanayagam talks to Val McDermid about her unexpected educational journey.
Exploring the bussing of immigrant children to predominantly white schools in the 1960s.
Andrea Catherwood examines the movement for integrated schools in Northern Ireland.
Andrew Dilnot looks into education data, finding a story of a sudden spread of privilege.
What can happen in your early years to boost or block your chances later on?
Grammar schools, social mobility and the Tory party's love of educational selection.
Michael Rosen examines words and phrases in public debate to see how they influence us.
Katharine Birbalsingh reveals why she declared Britain's state education system broken.
Combative, provocative and engaging debate chaired by Michael Buerk.
Julie asks if lockdown has affected her children's future.
Andrew Hussey on the history of the 'no platform' debates raging on university campuses.
How a 1977 TV documentary about one London school helped change education policy.
Shappi Khorsandi takes a personal, witty look at education in the UK.
Michael Buerk and guests debate the morality of private education.
Are private schools doing enough to support state schools? Simon Cox investigates.
Reeta Chakrabarti talks to Andrew Old about his blog on working in education.
Anjula Mutanda and guests debate if Sara should take her children out of school.
If teenagers had more say in what they learn, would they be more engaged with school?
An investigation into the growing number of very young girls wearing the hijab in the UK.