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Educational bankruptcy

Everything changes. Nothing could be more true; nothing could be more relevant to the field of education today. And yet whilst the educational landscape seems to change by the attosecond, never...

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  • Jack Bryne Stothard

Blog post22 Sep 2016

Guardianship of subjects in 2016

I very much welcome the revival of the British Curriculum Forum and was delighted to attend the recent conference “Investigating Knowledge and the Curriculum”. My reason for attending is that...

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  • Annette Smith

Blog post21 Sep 2016

A new Hunger Games in education?

The chance photograph of a briefing paper on grammar schools has bounced the government into bringing a half-baked idea into the full glare of publicity before they’ve really thought it...

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  • Gemma Moss

Blog post12 Sep 2016

School letters

One of the many novel phenomena associated with the rise of social media is the nationwide news story that is driven by a small personal event. Increasingly, members of the public will share...

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  • Justine Roberts

Blog post6 Sep 2016