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The current education secretary, Nicky Morgan, has been on a drive recently to promote ‘character education’. Adding the teaching of ‘grit and resilience’ to a teacher’s already growing...
Integrating private schools would bring down the Berlin Wall that grossly favours the 7 per cent on one side of it, and that remains an ugly, disfiguring scar...
Nancy Gedge knows that summer brings tough clothing decisions – especially for women. And what sort of shoe is ‘appropriate’ in a sweltering classroom, anyway? About six years...
Labour’s views are based on a reality that has long dissolved; free schools are no longer for white middle-class parents in areas where they are not wanted It’s...
I would ask to stay in my job for the rest of the government’s term and in that time seek to make myself largely redundant. I would start...
Secondary education is too exam-focused. There is also too much specialisation too early (after GCSE), too little variety between schools and within curricula, too many reforms with every...
Differences between children’s performance at school are not just due to differences in parenting and home life or differences in teachers and school life — to an even...
“Get politics out of education” is a heartfelt cry heard in many forms. But can it work? A general election makes the removal of politics from education policy...
James Bell, Director of Professional Services at Renaissance Learning, discusses the challenges of the secondary transfer and the impact this can have on student progression, as well as...
How do we know what British values even are? And how should we teach them? Expert Matt Hood explores the answer. Before you read on, open a browser...
When learners are no longer offered the luxury of resits in English and maths, are functional skills qualifications a better alternative for some? Charlotte Bosworth explains her view....

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