Tougher guidelines, but trustees need better data on executive pay
Government must step in to support MAT trustees to validate executive pay or face trying to fix a distorted market later,...
founder, Birch HR
Exams 2021: Wales now has a clear direction. What about us?
England shouldn’t cancel its exams but it should follow Wales’s lead in one key regard – taking action now, writes Natalie...
executive director and head of research, Education Policy Institute
Exams 2021: Inequality grows with every positive test
The disparity of educational fortunes between some of our communities is ingrained. Covid-19 is making it a lot worse, writes Hamid...
chief executive, Star Academies
Does class size matter? Rethinking the debate
Covid is forcing some schools to create supersized classes, but is that necessarily a bad thing? Peter Blatchford reviews the evidence...
emeritus professor in psychology and education, UCL Institute of Education
Navigating Covid-19: five tips to get us to Christmas
This has been a punishing year, and we need to keep strong as winter takes hold. Here are some excellent strategies,...
deputy headteacher, Priory School, Birmingham
What schools need to know about safeguarding while teaching remotely
Policies, infrastructure, communication and trouble-shooting: these are the four crucial things to consider as online teaching becomes increasingly common, writes Charlotte...
safeguarding advisor, Impero Software
Schools must stay open and here’s how to achieve it
The former prime minister reveals a long-term strategy that he says will build confidence to keep schools open Covid-19 has already...
executive chairman, Tony Blair Institute for Global Change
Why the rank order contingency plan is flawed
If the best contingency we have is to slot students who missed exams into an unreliable grade ranking then we need...
managing director, Silver Bullet
School closures or not, a second wave of lost learning is already upon us
The latest data shows the most disadvantaged pupils were more likely to have missed the most school this term, writes Luke...
research fellow, Education Policy Institute
Technology has reduced workload and stress, right?
Laura McInerney looks at the latest Teacher Tapp data to contrast the perceptions of policy makers with the reality in schools...
co-founder, Teacher Tapp
How to make the best of one-to-one tuition
As the national tutoring programme rolls out, David Hatchett sets out the lessons AET have learned about effective implementation of one-to...
national director of secondary schools, Academies Enterprise Trust