Links

A selection of education blogs I like:

International Education News

A blog that collects education stories from news sources all over the world and puts them together in one handy timeline.  Their twitter feed, @educationblog, is also really helpful for keeping up to date.

Mortarboard

The Guardian’s education blog.

Mike Baker: University News Daily and UK Schools News

Mike Baker is an education journalist.  He is now a columnist for BBC News Online and The Guardian.  Mike publishes a 24-hourly listing of the day’s big education stories.

The Truth About Our Schools

Fiona Millar is an education journalist and state school governor.  Her blog hopes to challenge lazy, but sadly commonplace, assumptions about state education.

Wonkhe – the home of higher education wonks

A blog for those working in the HE sector and like to write, read and discuss everything HE.

Cap and Gown

A blog about academics, universities and the history of the knowledge economy.  It comments on the connections between the history of British universities and the rapidly shifting world of higher education today.

HE Planning Blog

A blog about planning, funding and regulatory issues in English Higher Education.

The University Blog

This blog is aimed at university students to help them get extra from their time at uni.  It’s full of study tips; comment on current HE news; ideas to help improve social, networking and career prospects; interviews – and much much more.

Critical Education

About the Arts, Humanities and Higher Education from a philosopher.

The International Student Recruiter

Focus on international students from Jessica Guiver who works as an international development officer for “a small university in the north of England”.

QS Intelligence Unit

The latest insights into university rankings, higher education performance evaluation and institutional research.

What are your favourite education blogs?

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