She is among a tiny handful of people who have actually made an impact on the problem. Her school Michaela is a beacon of hope.
Posts Tagged: Education
It’s offered children from all backgrounds a range of enriching experiences during the long summer break.
Live, government-funded, out-of-school teaching provision can help level up education.
With nearly 14 million disabled people living in the UK, more should be involved in legislation and decision making.
John Bald: Ofqual needs to get rid of the algorithmic straitjacket that has dogged it since its inception
All school subjects are not alike, and the attempt to bash them all into a single framework has failed.
The most important quality for the next Secretary of State, I would have thought, is as a problem-solver/fire fighter.
The Department for Education has had a year to work out how to prevent a repeat of last year. It has rolled over.
‘We’ve seen a year where students, schools, the whole nation has had to deal with incredibly large challenges’, he says.
Michael Goode: How to close the inspiration gap in schools between students’ ability and their outcomes
Looking back on my schooldays, I can see how little we had in terms of inspiration. We simply didn’t know what we could aim for.
Nick Maughan: How the Turing Scheme can, with the right investment, inspire the next digital generation
As our reliance on technology grows, we must support young people to develop the skills required to thrive in a digital world.
Steve Baker: Wycombe’s food insecurity levels are a huge wake-up call. We must renew our vision of Conservative social justice.
This is not something to dismiss lightly, and we must take this as a clarion call to action.
Ensuring that every child has access to comprehensive sexuality education will have a huge impact in the years and decades to come.
Robert Halfon: We need to get a handle on home education – and the surge of kids who’ve vanished from the school roll
The Education Select Committee, which I Chair, has published a report on how we can strengthen this type of education.
Toby Lloyd: Two years since Johnson promised to level up Britain, has the detail proven better than the spin?
The appointment of O’Brien to lead the forthcoming levelling-up white paper shows real commitment to the agenda.
It would be better to move diagnosis and treatment of healthcare problems away from hospitals, among other steps.