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Posts Tagged: Education
Ben Jeffreys: Scrap tuition fees. Fairer school funding. Votes at 16. How the Tories can win young people’s support.
Increasingly, the Conservatives are seen as protecting the interests of those who have acquired wealth by their old age.
Nicky Morgan: The choice before us as the Queen’s Speech looms. Adapt to our new circumstances – or hand power to the far left
CCHQ and the Policy Board need to take a long hard look at our recent campaign, and work out what we can rapidly learn from it in terms of techniques and messages.
One headteacher I spoke to, who normally vote Conservatives, had a dodgy boiler at her school and no means of replacing it.
Edward Frith: Corbyn promised us the moon. May pretended we weren’t there. No wonder young people backed Labour.
My generation are a generation who don’t watch TV and don’t read newspapers – but do watch YouTube and get their news from Facebook.
Take the time to create an accurate specification – millions can be wasted on late changes.
Many fee-paying schools already offer scholarships and are sponsoring academies.
We mustn’t try to second-guess the future with a woolly curriculum.
Corbyn isn’t some misguided but well-meaning old man, but a deeply committed socialist intent on crashing our economy.
The far Left offer as much vitriol to Christians as to Conservatives.
Nick Faith: To deliver world-class vocational education, May must take on the higher education establishment
The second part of a ConHome mini-series on the future of technical education after this general election.
There are too many examination papers – cutting the number would save money and stress.
There is a radical, ambitious zeal evident throughout the document, and it is shown again in the desire to end iniquitous disparities between the generations.
The first part of a ConHome mini-series on the future of technical education after this general election.
Bright children from working families can close the attainment gap more easily in grammar schools than in comprehensives.