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A Call for a Ten Year Education Funding Deal

The Government must fix the broken education funding system, commit to a multi-billion cash injection for schools and colleges and bring forward a strategic ten-year education funding plan.  A report by the Education Select Committee says funding has not kept pace with the rising demands placed on schools and colleges. Continue reading

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3 Must Do’s to Keep and Get Teachers … Because We Are Standing On the Edge

“Building bridges across the chaos… because we are standing on the edge”

Liminal Leadership

We feel closer to the edge than ever before; there are bright spots in the education system but overall it feels stressed, appears fractured and lacks a cohesive national narrative. Insufficient funding is affecting provision for pupils and limiting teachers’ salaries; excessive invalid accountability is creating perverse incentives and fear leading to poor short term decision-making plus there is a woeful lack of retention and recruitment. Dr. Mary Bousted wrote a brilliant article for SecEd that you can read here.

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Hopes for 2018: When the Leaders Change Everything Changes

When the leaders change everything changes; whilst this might not be totally true, leaders shouldn’t underestimate their impact.  Impacting on everything is a tall order but we can impact on some things and as such are not helpless.  Continue reading

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