• KPMG Foundation report left out negative findings

    An education foundation left out negative findings from a study of its flagship literacy programme. In December the KPMG Foundation, the charity arm of the global consultancy firm, released the findings of a major study into the Reading Recovery programme. The report said pupils on the programme, which the charity’s website describes as its “flagship

    7.00 Feb. 15th, 2019 | News

  • Researcher: A private tutoring tax 'would level grammar school playing field'

    A leading education researcher wants a new tax on private tutoring services, to help “level the playing field” for lower-income pupils trying to get into grammar schools. Such a tax would be particularly vital to counteract parents who use private tutors to “coach” children for the 11-plus entrance test, said Professor John Jerrim of the

    0.02 Mar. 22nd, 2018 | News