Monthly Archives: December 2014

Selection at 11 – a very English debate

Chris Husbands Originally posted on SecEd It is a persistent undercurrent in English educational debate, but it is peculiarly English: should academic selection at the age of 11 be restored? Boris Johnson, perhaps in response to perceived UKIP pressure, has declared

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Parents’ fortunes matter for cognitive development of 11-year-olds

Lucinda Platt, Visiting Professor at UCL Institute of Education and Professor of Social Policy and Sociology at London School of Economics and Political Science Originally posted on The Conversation As they reach the end of primary school, the UK’s children

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Posted in Childhood & early education, Education policy, learning, Social sciences and social policy

Teacher supply: why deregulation is not working

Chris Husbands Some weeks ago, I was working for the IOE in Chile. Chile is an object lesson in education reform: in the 1980s and 1990s, it de-regulated its education system on a grand scale. For-profit schools entered the public

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Posted in Education policy, Teachers
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