Tag Archives: election gimmick

COSLA v Scottish Government more about politics than teacher numbers

16 Feb

COSLA v Scottish Government more about politics than teacher numbers

COSLA and Scottish Government in teacher funding row

Don’t turn schools into an election battleground with a ‘war’ on education

2 Feb

Don’t turn schools into an election battleground with a ‘war’ on education

The election campaign has begun …

The development of education policy should be about collaboration (updated)

9 Jan

The development of education policy should be about collaboration (updated)

‘Making Education Work’ report (2014) plus comments by Sir David Bell, former Permanent Secretary at the Department for Education (DfE) and Ofsted Chief Inspector (2015)

All this talk of “British” “character” and “listening” to teachers – is there an election coming? (updated)

16 Dec

All this talk of “British” “character” and “listening” to teachers – is there an election coming? (updated)

Shadow Education Secretary Tristram Hunt talks about “British spirit”, Education Secretary Nicky Morgan gives an interview about “character education” then announces “multi-million pound push to improve character education in England”.

Playing politics with school meals: beware of Cleggs bearing gifts (updated)

8 Apr

Playing politics with school meals: beware of Cleggs bearing gifts (updated)

All pupils at state-funded infant schools in England are to be offered free school lunches, but will schools be ready?