Theresa May’s speech on university tuition fee reform omitted one salient fact: it was the Coalition government which raised fees to up to £9k...Read More
The Prime Minister and the Chancellor wrote forewords. So did ministers Michael Gove and Nick Gibb.*
The heavily-endorsed publication...Read More
At what point does a stock phrase become a target for derision? We saw it in the last election when Theresa May tried to convince the...Read More
‘One in four children go to failing secondary schools,’ says the New Schools Network (NSN), the taxpayer funded charity set up to promote free...Read More
‘The tech gurus of Silicon Valley know that screens do not belong in the classroom’
Times leader 10 February 2018 (£)
This isn’t new...Read More
It’s essential, politicians say, for schools to close the gap in GCSE achievement between disadvantaged and advantaged pupils.
But very...Read More
Perhaps it was suffering a New Year’s Eve hangover. Perhaps it was January blues.
Whatever the excuse, the statement by the Department for...Read more
It’s nearly two years since Liam Nolan, CEO of Perry Beeches Academy Trust (PBAT), left under a cloud. PBAT had been slapped with a Financial...Read more
At the Mad Hatter’s tea party, the March Hare tells Alice that she should say what she means.
‘I do,’ Alice replied; ‘at least—at least I...Read more
Carillion, the global construction firm and provider of support services, is to be investigated by the Financial Conduct Authority. The probe is...Read more
Unions are calling for an enquiry into the collapse of Carillion, the global construction firm and provider of support services to the NHS,...Read more
Ministers have insisted GCSE reforms were essential to bring England in line with countries which perform highly in the three-yearly international...Read more