Teaching

You would think the Children’s Commissioner Anne Longfield would know better. She is, after all, supposed to be the advocate for...

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Behaviourism is back and it’s taking over

A ‘delivery’ paradigm is taking over English schools. In our marketised education system the...

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The DfE media department has yet to respond to the National Audit Office report criticising provision for pupils with special educational needs...

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Dominic Cummings, Boris Johnson’s chief adviser who was once consigliere to Michael Gove at the Department for Education, is ‘...

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The ethnicity ‘attainment gap’

The Education Policy Institute (EPI) has produced a table showing ‘attainment gaps’ for ethnic...

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This is a consultation run by TES. This is the blurb.

Nearly a third of students who took...

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This is essentially an issue typical of historical interactions between the private and public sectors. It is currently topical in the English...

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Falmouth School, Cornwall, has been served with a ‘ Termination Warning Letter ’ by Dominic Herrington, the National Schools...

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It’s vital to fight fake news, education secretary Damian Hinds said in a recent press release .

He’s...

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Transcripts on government websites of speeches by politicians and officials are usually accompanied by the speaker’s mugshot. But this wasn’t the...

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Why are increasing numbers of children being physically restrained in mainstream and special schools?

On 25 February 2019 TES carried a...

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Should there be a rule preventing MPs from repeating questions that have already been adressed many times in the current...

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You can read Part 1 ‘The role of religion’ here .

The first important step is to point out the difference between the state and the...

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Doug McAvoy NUT general secretary from 1989 to 2004, died on May 12, aged 80.

The Times obituary,...

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Calls for the government to back down on the EBacc are likely to increase following a decision by the Russell Group universities...

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The government’s curriculum programme trials have raised serious questions about the timing of the pilots, their scale, links...

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‘…there is no evidence from the attainment data that these [exam] reforms helped lower-attaining pupils,’ concludes Education Datalab in its...

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‘The parents screamed and swore at me,’ says a Sunday Times headline for an article explaining why the ‘visionary head’ of...

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