At the Mad Hatter’s tea party, the March Hare tells Alice that she should say what she means.
‘I do,’ Alice replied; ‘at least—at least I...Read more
It’s happened before. And it’s likely to happen again. The Department for Education (DfE) publishes an announcement with misleading data. This is...Read more
Ministers have insisted GCSE reforms were essential to bring England in line with countries which perform highly in the three-yearly international...Read more
The PM took time out from the EU to debate public services in the West Midlands on Wednesday 6 December .
Tory MP Anne-Marie Trevelyan...Read more
‘It’s too hasty to claim that these improvements [in global reading test PIRLS] are attributable to policy changes…’ says the Department for...Read more
10 year-olds in Northern Ireland ‘significantly outperformed 41 of the 49 other participating countries in reading’, says NFER analysis of the...Read more
English 10 year-olds are now joint eighth in the world in reading as measured by the international PIRLS test .
The Department for...Read more
The opening of a ‘no-frills’ private school in Durham has been delayed, Schools Week reports. Pre-inspection of the Independent Grammar School (...Read more
A cross-party committee of MPs isn’t convinced the Department for International Development (DFID) acted correctly when it provided grant funding...Read more
Allowing private contractors to run schools is one way Liberia hopes to improve its poorly-performing education system. But is it working?... Read more
174 civil society organisations from across the world have called on investors to stop supporting Bridge International Academies (BIA), the low-...Read more
' Curriculum for Excellence fears add to surge in home schooling’ booms the Times today.
It claims the rising number of home educated...Read more
England outperformed Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales in the 2015 international PISA tests and it’s because of the ‘core-knowledge’ curriculum...Read more