Nick Gibb remained calm and reasonable at a teachers union conference.
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Universalisation may or may not be a good idea, but either way the Government cannot afford another blue-on-blue battleground at this sensitive time.
He makes the case for the Government’s extension, and Chris Cook of Newsnight (formerly a Willetts adviser) the case against it.
Labour allowed fashionable theories to undermine effective teaching and foster mass innumeracy, but this Government is putting it right.
He’s in auto-rebellion mode – and like it or not it’s something he is good at.
Phonics are the basis of learning to read in any language that uses an alphabet.
But teacher training courses still ignore the way the brain works.
It is well documented that they can suffer both long term development issues and a lag in educational attainment.
John Bald: Tory Reform at Education – Michael Gove is the most important Secretary of State since Butler
From my perspective, his most significant changes are the reshaping of the school curriculum and examinations.
The departure of of Suarez from Liverpool is more understandable than that of Damian Green, Nick Hurd or Dominic Grieve.
Too many schools are still using mixed ability teaching.
Blunkett made it very difficult for schools to deal with poor behaviour
Nick Gibb condemns a “destructive perception of what success means” for young people in debate on financial education
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