Alison Wolf’s latest publication draws uncompromising attention to an area that desperately needs reform, particularly in the light of the coming fiscal crunch.
David Willett’s thoughtful piece about intergenerational issues shows what the conservatives are missing out on.
I am not sure how often this needs to be asserted. But let’s keep doing so all the same. As CentreForum has repeatedly argued – most recently in Time’s Up, a paper directed at the Liberal Democrats’ determination to scrap tuition fees, at great expense – the current way in which tuition fees are paidContinue reading “Tuition Fees have NOT put the disadvantaged off higher education”
CentreForum take a hard look at Michael Gove’s plans for education, and queries whether he has either the radicalism or financial clout to win real resourcees for his liberal approach. David Laws is still the better option.
Alix’s criticisms of Gove’s history curriculum don’t go far enough.
The hassle of a school pet show indicates some deeper reason for economic lunacy, but I can’t really pin it down