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The Labour Party should complete its unfinished revolution

This parliament is an opportunity to phase out the last remaining grammar schools - or face private education by...

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Carl Smith
Election 2024

Dear Bridget, Please take your time to build a real legacy

Ahead of your meeting with sector leaders to reset the relationship, here are five things we all back you...

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Jonathan Mountstevens
Election 2024

How we’re hitting the ground running in support of the Prime Minister’s vision

This September, Oasis will be launching a new service that will pilot the ambition and aims set out by...

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Rev Steve Chalke MBE
Politics

The new cabinet is a seminal moment for social mobility

The educational background of Sir Keir Starmer's ministers represents a leap forward in socio-economic representation - but there is...

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Nick Harrison
Election 2024

The new government must reset the relationship with the sector. Here’s how

To develop and implement workable and sustainable policies, the new government must work with the sector – not against...

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Alice Gregson
Election 2024

Can a Labour government make teaching a great career again?

In 2018, Becky Allen and I (Sam) wrote a book about the severe shortage of teachers in England. It...

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Sam Sims and Marie Hamer
Election 2024

Labour can’t solve everything – but this is what they should prioritise

We stand at the dawn of a new era of education policy, says Russell Hobby. Here's what Labour should...

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Russell Hobby
Election 2024

There’s only one way to deliver 6,500 more ‘expert’ teachers

The election is over and reality is about to start punching promises in the face. Let’s hope something good...

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Tim Leunig
Election 2024

Labour must take a less-is-more attitude to the national curriculum

Any curriculum review must be as serious about what to jettison as what to adopt. Here are two ways...

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Professor Becky Allen