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While many other countries, including the emerging economies, recognise the value of investing more in public education, the UK is in danger of falling behind.
Left Foot Forward gets an honourable mention in this week’s Private Eye for Annie Powell’s tireless campaign to save Sulivan Primary School.
Following the decision to close top-performing Sulivan Primary School last month, I wrote about serious questions that two leading councillors had to answer about potential conflicts of interest in closing Sulivan. One of the councillors has now responded.
Two councillors involved in the decision to close Sulivan school have some serious questions to answer about personal interests.
The decision to close Sulivan does everything that Tories say they oppose when it comes to education.
You wouldn’t think that a policy requiring all teachers to obtain qualified teacher status (QTS) would be particularly controversial.
Why didn’t the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau refer the case of Kings Science Academy to West Yorkshire police?
Free schools are underperforming compared to all schools inspected by Ofsted.