A degree of deceit
Wholesale copying, buying essays and using spy devices in exams; universities are struggling to beat the cheats
My third-class life
Michael Morpurgo argues that it's a teacher's talent, not academic success, that is most important
Although cheating is on the increase, it remains rare
School fees buy more than good grades
Private schools give children confidence and a sense of being entitled
We need to accept not all our kids are A* students
Denise Welch is a successful actress but she understands what it is like for students who aren't great at exams. And she worries about what the pressure is doing to them
10 things I wish I'd known when I was a teenage girl at school
Emma Barnett, a former stress-head, gives her younger self a good talking to.
Young people feel under pressure at school and many don't know where to turn for help.