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Roger Titcombe

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ArticleMore evidence-based argument on the ‘attainment gap’ fallacy Roger Titcombe110 months 3 weeks ago
ArticleP4C (primary) + CASE (secondary) = Raised attainment for all Roger Titcombe211 months 1 week ago
ArticleIn praise of P4C, Philosophy for Children Roger Titcombe211 months 1 week ago
ArticleEEF science recommendations apply far beyond science Roger Titcombe011 months 2 weeks ago
ArticleDefinitive research that shows teaching for cognitive development can permanently raise general intelligence in pupils of all abilities Roger Titcombe311 months 3 weeks ago
ArticleNorth-south schools divide not supported by evidence Roger Titcombe212 months 3 days ago
ArticleCyril Burt’s disputed IQ ‘research’ – Radio 4 tonight Janet Downs912 months 4 days ago
ArticleSome consequences of GCSE grade inflation Roger Titcombe01 year 3 days ago
ArticleSocial interaction combined with mixed ability teaching can produce large cognitive gains – an accidental breakthrough Roger Titcombe81 year 1 week ago
ArticleOfSTED and 'Outstanding schools’ are harming national educational attainment Roger Titcombe71 year 1 week ago
ArticlePotential for Success – response to Sutton Trust article by Dr Rebecca Montacute Roger Titcombe21 year 1 week ago
ArticleOff-rolling is illegal – time to take strong steps to stop it Janet Downs41 year 2 weeks ago
ArticleMaths SAT results at ‘outstanding’ academy annulled Janet Downs21 year 1 month ago
ArticleBehaviour policies should have ‘flexibility’ to avoid exclusion for minor offences, said MPs Janet Downs171 year 1 month ago
ArticleIt is the attainment gap fallacy that is damaging the life chances of FSM children in the north of England and elsewhere Roger Titcombe31 year 2 months ago
ArticleDfE ignores objections to plans set out in the misnamed ‘Schools that Work for Everyone’ Janet Downs51 year 4 months ago
ArticleThe Sutton Trust defends its approach to the attainment gap Roger Titcombe81 year 4 months ago
ArticleLike any country, talent is spread evenly, it’s education and opportunity that isn’t – (or not) Roger Titcombe21 year 4 months ago
ArticleCouncil estimates £4m loss on land grabbed by DfE for free school Janet Downs221 year 4 months ago
ArticleBusting another myth: anything lower than GCSE C is a fail Janet Downs91 year 4 months ago
ArticleCambridge Analytica, Daniel Kahneman, the anti-Flynn effect and education Roger Titcombe301 year 5 months ago
ArticleBird’s eggs, common sense and school discipline Roger Titcombe11 year 5 months ago
ArticleEnlightenment Now Roger Titcombe11 year 5 months ago
ArticleSelective schools’ advantage based on heritable factors not school type, says new report Janet Downs41 year 5 months ago
ArticleThe EEF casts new light on ‘The Attainment Gap’ Roger Titcombe61 year 7 months ago

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