The coalition’s flawed academy programme: a political gift Labour refuses to accept

There are votes to be won if only Labour would expose the unfairness, the incoherence and the disregard for evidence that characterise the coalition’s education reforms.

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With the 2015 general election already on the horizon we take a look at where Labour and the Coalition government stand on education policy.

With the recent accusation that Michael Gove has been sending ‘mixed messages’ over academy schools, it is clear that the policy is still  very controversial. Stephen Machin and James Vernoit take ...

With the recent accusation that Michael Gove has been sending ‘mixed messages’ over academy schools, it is clear that the policy is still very controversial.

Marlowe Academy was the first to open in Kent, in 2005

Academies: old research is being wrongly used to validate them

Marlowe Academy was the first to open in Kent, in 2005

Education reform: The new school rules | The Economist

The new school rules

Ofsted chief says England's schools failing white working-class children

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Access to career development opportunities is often a key priority for teaching staff. David Weston offers seven ways schools can meet this need.

Who should be running state schools? - Education News - Education - The Independent

Who should be running state schools?

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