Institutions have been dragging their feet, when it comes to opening up. But there’s evidence of a quiet revolution.
Posts Tagged: Chris Skidmore
Too much learning has been lost, and too many children will find their educational outcomes affected, to simply return to business as usual.
Our last pre-election Cabinet League Table. It’s a near-tie at the top: Javid, Gove, Johnson, in that order.
Whilst individual ministers rise and fall, overall the Government goes to the polls with a lot of goodwill from grassroots Conservatives.
New data reveals the impact that the EBacc has had on raising standards
Chris Skidmore MP: History is being forgotten in schools and should be made compulsory as a subject until the age of 16
Chris Skidmore MP is the MP for Kingswood If the purpose of education is not merely to provide us with… Read more »
Chris Skidmore MP: Any MP who decides to voluntarily change political party should resign and fight a by-election
Chris Skidmore MP is the MP for Kingswood It has been long-standing custom and practice that MPs are elected as… Read more »
Chris Skidmore is MP for Kingswood and a historian. In a letter to The Times (£) this morning, nearly thirty… Read more »
"Invisible Children" is the first part of the Bow Group’s "Invisible Nation" series. The research report, to be published in… Read more »