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29 Jan 2024
Classical music is becoming a niche activity not helped by the fact that fewer and fewer state school pupils are learning to play orchestral instruments. It’s time to reassess our priorities, argues Ray Coyte.
26 May 2023
Knowing how to read and write is no longer enough. Lazar Dzamic argues that we need to arm our young with new literacies, to fight narratives sold by media, politicians, religion, the entertainment industry and big business.
19 May 2023
How should schools respond to AI? Alex Soulsby calls for a greater focus on the arts to help students develop their creativity, critical thinking, adaptability and emotional intelligence.
05 Apr 2023
Sam Everington GP
Schools and society are not creating happy, healthy 18-year-olds, ready to meet the challenges of the modern world.
02 Dec 2022
But we must make sure that everyone gets a chance
An ambitious entrepreneurial model is building education solutions across the subcontinent
08 Nov 2022
Susannah Hardyman explains how drawing on the diverse backgrounds of volunteer tutors to teach disadvantaged students has proved a powerful win-win
21 Sep 2022
The winners of the 98th cycle of the RSA Student Design Awards (SDA) are shifting their understanding of who design is for by prioritising inclusive design solutions.
05 Jul 2022
How three RSA Fellows are fighting global inequalities standing in the way of young people
Tech poverty creates real barriers to daily life for many across the UK
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