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Education

The ‘World’s Best Teacher’ believes arts education in the UK is in peril; can the damage be reversed?

27 educators are taking the London gallery to an employment tribunal, demanding that they be recognized as employees

Arts subjects are increasingly marginalized in the UK curriculum – but the controversial intellectual suggests art is better done at home

With the government’s push for the controversial English baccalaureate, why the arts should be an integral part of the curriculum

An open letter signed by over 100 leading artists including 15 Turner prize-winners says that new UK education policy sidelines arts subjects

Mark Bauer installation for Frieze Projects at Frieze London 2017

Frieze Fairs - 07 Oct 2017

South London perspectives on stereotypes, power and ideological systems

Tania Bruguera announces that she is running for president of Cuba; Kader Attia opens an exhibition and events space in Paris

In part two of our special series, Sam Korman argues why the educational responsibility of museums resonates with election issues around race

Baghdad Institute of Fine Arts

What is the future of arts education in Baghdad?

An art education — at what cost?

Ronald Cyrille, Talk Shit, 2013,  mixed treatments on Ilford paper, wood  and glass, 42 × 32 cm. Courtesy: the artist and espace d’art contemporain 14°N 61°W, Martinique; photograph: JB Barret

Holly Bynoe, Charles Campbell, Amanda Coulson, John Cox, Annalee Davis and Caryl Ivrisse-Crochemar on the role of contemporary art in the Caribbean

After Butler’s Wharf:  Essays on a Working Building, 2013,  published by Critical Writing students  at the RCA, London

On teaching criticism and ‘art writing’