Tag Archives: doublethink

Unqualified teachers in free schools – government doublethink on professional standards

11 Mar

Unqualified teachers in free schools – government doublethink on professional standards

“One in ten teachers working in free schools are not formally qualified”

Show some character, Mr Gove, and less “vapid happy talk”. “Progressive betrayal” means gradual betrayal of our education (updated)

7 Feb

Show some character, Mr Gove, and less “vapid happy talk”. “Progressive betrayal” means gradual betrayal of our education (updated)

“The Progressive Betrayal” speech to Social Market Foundation, plus All-Party Parliamentary Group on Social Mobility’s Character & resilience summit .

Michael Gove: “Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde”, doublethink or cognitive dissonance?

1 Feb

Michael Gove: “Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde”, doublethink or cognitive dissonance?

TES editorial, “The strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde”, discusses the “awkward disconnect” “manifested in our very own secretary of state”.

“Education properly understood”?

16 Nov

“Education properly understood”?

Michael Gove’s speech to the Independent Academies Association

‘Gove-levels’ more about political ambitions than standards

17 Sep

‘Gove-levels’ more about political ambitions than standards

Changes to GCSEs in England. “English Baccalaureate Certificates.”