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Wales, an inspiring model for England

Report by Prof Richard Hatcher, Birmingham City University Imagine a country where education is based on trust in schools and teachers. Where the school curriculum is based on broad areas of learning and experience, not on discrete subjects, and a … Continue reading

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‘Feedback’, the Toolkit and teachers’ workload

by Terry Wrigley.    [Work in progress] England’s schools are governed by a unique mix of surveillance and numerical performance indicators. Statistical calculations compare achievement and schools, often unfairly, while teachers are kept in a permanent state of anxiety by … Continue reading

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