Shift happens. Lessons from online professional development
Tom Rees sets out four crucial lessons from Ambition Institute’s transition to online CPD The last time we worked face to...
executive director of school leadership, Ambition Institute
Unlike government, education can talk its way out of a crisis
Oracy plays a crucial role in supporting children to get back into learning, articulate their worries and build relationships, argues Emma...
shadow minister for FE and universities and chair of the all-party parliamentary group on oracy
Avoiding tough choices on exam grades won’t help anyone
There’s only really one way forward if we don’t want this year’s grades to become meaningless, writes James Handscombe This summer,...
principal, Harris Westminster Sixth Form
What are the consequences of Covid for school leaders and teachers?
NFER research director, Caroline Sharp draws six key lessons from schools’ response to the pandemic so far In May and July...
research director, NFER
Those who can’t afford it can’t teach
Amelia Hepburn was left bereft by last-minute cuts to bursaries that mean all but those who can afford it can train...
classics student and aspiring teacher, Oxford University
How to ensure trainee teachers don’t miss out due to Covid
Rising numbers of applicants are welcome but how to support them in this challenging environment is a question on every training...
network education lead, National Centre for Computing Education
Busting the myths about remote learning
A new legal duty for schools to provide remote education is impending. Tom Middlehurst sorts the myths from the facts Next...
curriculum and inspection specialist, ASCL
The 11 Plus can be accurate or fair, but not both
After a century of the selective entrance test, it’s time to call game, set and match, writes Sam Sims This week...
DR SAM SIMS
lecturer, UCL Institute of Education
The PM’s tutoring plans offer hope for undoing Covid damage
Delivered to the right children, one-to-one tuition plans could level the educational playing field, writes Sir Peter Lampl If you were...
SIR PETER LAMPL
founder and chairman, Sutton Trust and Education Endowment Foundation
Unlawful, unsafe and unaccountable. Education, we have a data problem
A damning ICO report on the DfE’s data handling is a wake-up call for the department that schools can also learn...