Education: Improving teacher quality

Andrew Old

The world of education has confused many politicians. It takes some time for any politician to realise what the debates in education are about and, if elected, what they can or cannot do. It is very easy for politicians to put forward ideas and very difficult to get those ideas implemented in the manner intended….


Policy response: Apprenticeships should be for everyone

Graham Hoyle

Since the launch of Modern Apprenticeships in 1994 there has been  a welcome (and very necessary) cross-party support for the renaissance and expansion of apprenticeships.  But this progress is now in danger of  going into reverse. Antiquated eighteenth-century thinking frames new policy that is being rolled out under the guise of ‘quality’.  Worse still, the…

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Work and Business: Careers guidance for the future

Tessa Stone

Any incoming government loves a quick win, particularly if it’s in a tricky area which its predecessor has been seen to have got badly wrong. So should the next government be red of hue, could I suggest that they look to careers guidance as soon as they take office? No one, not even members of…

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