Tristram Hunt’s take on that ‘School Revolution’

Partly in response to the changes in government, mentioned in my last post, the shadow minister for education has set out some of his ideas around the future of schools: This is once again a little disappointing for me, for example, he seems to be sitting on the fence around the variety of schools that… Continue reading Tristram Hunt’s take on that ‘School Revolution’

Time for a real English ‘School Revolution’?

Today may, or may not, turn out to be a momentous one in the history of UK Education with the Conservative party’s reshuffle seeing the coalition’s ministers for education/schools (Michael Gove) and universities (David Willetts) both moving on. There are many great sites that have picked apart the work done by the coalition over the… Continue reading Time for a real English ‘School Revolution’?