Tag: ASCL

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Headteachers have warned parents not to take part in a planned boycott of this year’s SATs. The campaign group Let Our Kids Be Kids is gearing up for...
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The government needs a committee on the ethical implications of changes to education policy, the ASCL’s ethical leadership commission has concluded. This ethics committee would consider the “emerging...
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GCSE entries to modern foreign languages continued to fall this year, in a dropoff that could even see some subjects becoming “extinct” in schools, according to one expert....
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Geoff Barton strides around his school with the pride of a parent whose child has won a prize for being the best in everything. As he paces the...
Experts
Carolyn Roberts outlines what an ethical leadership code might look like and why it is needed The Association of School and College Leaders is launching a year-long project...
Experts
Geoff Barton has emerged as victor in the battle for the coveted general secretary post at the Association of School and College Leaders. He takes over from interim...
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School leaders face a landmark decision that will shape the future direction of their union as either a professional association or campaigning force after a headteacher won the...
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Ofsted has abandoned its policy of publishing good practice to help to dispel myths that it insists on “prescribed methods of teaching and learning”. The watchdog launched a...
Experts
PFI contracts can work, says Julia Harnden, but they also can have a negative impact on school finances PFI is an acronym that has caused huge controversy. The...