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Monthly Archives: June 2013
Guest blog by Duncan King, Director of Digital Learning at The Perse School. I picked up on the Festival of Education through twitter early this year and had high hopes from the billing that this would be a fantastic event. … Continue reading
Writing in The Times last week about GCSE reform, Michael Gove stated that introducing higher standards and ambitions, including more demanding questions in Maths and science, was needed to help state school students “compete with their contemporaries in Singapore and … Continue reading
There was widespread coverage this week of news that ‘top universities are failing to open up to the poor’. Professor Les Ebdon, the Head of the Office of Fair Access (OFFA) which oversees university recruitment, acknowledged that despite considerable efforts … Continue reading