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How do we get better teachers? That seems to be the question at the moment. The BBC news headlines last night reported Ofsted saying that a half of... Read More
Michael Gove's interview this morning with the Today programme exposed some serious flaws in the Coalition's education policies. In particular, his... Read More
In a recent newspaper article the Sutton Trust advocates that GCSEs should be taken at 14 so that pupils get more choice and time to settle for... Read More
A group of parents in Northcote ward, one of the most affluent wards in Wandsworth are campaigning to set up a free school. They claim (with... Read More
  This article was first published on The Guardian's Comment Is Free website This week's education white paper will seriously undermine standards of... Read More
This article was first published in The Times. University training sounds like a luxury, but is actually cheaper and more effective Not many people... Read More
The latest musing from Ms Birbalsingh deserves some beating for its rubbishing of state schools. She sarcastically opines whether Prince William and... Read More
Michael Gove claimed on Andy Marr's show this morning that the pupil premium (£2.5 billion by 2014/15) is new money and, with £1.1 billion to cover... Read More
At the beginning of last week, I stood down as a governor at my local primary school after eighteen years, ten of which were spent as chair. I... Read More
Friday's Evening Standard told the shocking story of an 11 year old girl who was rejected from Harris City Academy in Crysal Palace because she... Read More
I am a socialist and member of the Labour party I am opposed to much of the damage done to the comprehensive system under the previous New Labour... Read More
I was listening to a recent discussion on the radio between Katherine Birbalsingh and John Bangs of the NUT and one of the remarks John Bangs made... Read More
It's becoming increasingly clear that the cuts that are going on in schools and in universities are actually an assault on good teaching. Let's... Read More
It is bad enough to see that private schools are receiving public money but mind boggling at a time of severe cut backs to learn that private sector... Read More
Michael Gove must be getting desperate. His latest letter to chairs of governors practically begs schools, whether good, bad or indifferent, to... Read More

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