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Death by a thousand cuts is a lingering loss of life by a thousand small slices. It could easily be a metaphor for the school...

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What should schools concentrate on? Building confidence? Encouraging ‘grit’ and resilience? Developing ‘character’? Focusing on...

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(This was first published in Education Forward: Moving schools into the future , a call for a new approach to education)

Is it time for a... Read more

A teacher, known as Ms C, was awarded damages of £52,493 in September for indirect sex discrimination and unfair dismissal after she was sexually...

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In July 2014, Boris Johnson, then Mayor of London, announced* that schools in Cuckoo Hall Academies Trust (CHAT) would receive £260,900 from the...

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Teaching morale is low these days, what with cuts, workload, high stakes tests... And that’s without twitter drawing attention to self-promoting...

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Once again, Henry Stewart has posted an important article on Local Schools Network. Henry reproduces a speech by a former head, which he...

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I do think we’re at a time, as a country, where this stuff really fits pretty well with economic crises … when you’re in a situation when you’re...

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As protests grow at so many aspects of current policy - from an impoverished curriculum to the diminishment of local democracy, the erosion of...

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Co-authored by Roger Titcombe and Janet Downs

The government increasingly involves itself in what should be taught and how it should be...

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20.01.16 by

I have spent much of the last two weeks trying to get to grips with the extent of the current teacher shortages for an article in the Guardian,...

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