The Telegraph’s report of his view is a sign of rising media interest in the Chairmen of the ’22’s Policy Committees. Expect to see more it.
Posts Tagged: Schools
There is no evidence that formal education for very young children helps to close the achievement gap.
Inspired by Ofsted, the new Quality Care Commission will fearlessly root out failings in adult social care and general practice too.
Priti Patel MP: Labour. The party of gimmicks, scaremongering, opportunism, taxes, debt – and McLuskey
Whether it is on energy prices, education, the criminal justice system or industrial relations, Labour remains entrenched on the side of vested interests and unions.
The truth is that some unqualified teachers won’t be able to step up to the mark – but the same will transpire for every new cohort of freshly qualified teachers too.
Ofsted’s leaked report on Al-Mahdina School in Derby is the most damning in the organisation’s 20-year history.
Ultimately, there must always be a national standard, in schools or elsewhere – even if this is simply to ensure that the law of the land is applied.
Over the last three years, I have had front line roles in the Treasury and DWP. I learnt a lot – not just about policies but also people and processes.
Matthew Yglesias does not like school summer holidays. In fact, writing for Slate, he comes across like a warm-weather Ebenezer… Read more »
These days, our politicians are often accused of having no experience of the ‘real world’, as if working in a… Read more »
As a father to a severely autistic son, Christopher Stevens knows what a learning disability actually involves. He is, therefore,… Read more »