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Why can’t education at least be immune from ministerial reshuffles?
More than the sum of its parts: How London’s boroughs helped drive success | LKMco, Education and Youth Development
Unleashing Greatness? Education Reform in Action
Scoring a World Cup penalty is the same as having policy impact
This educational vision will only be achieved if we collaborate (with teachers) #v4education
Impact of Social Sciences – Negative stereotypes about the policymaking process hinder productive action toward evidence-based policy.
Global ranking tells us some of the education story, but our conclusions may still differ #learningcurve
England expects a strategy for improving all its schools
Nerds without borders – Anna Paterson | kirstyevidence
The key results of PISA 2030 could be from the drugs tests.
What Downton Abbey still tells us about social mobility in the South of England today
Let’s revise GSCE’s, A-levels and allocate training places when schools are on their break.
Consensus politics doesn’t necessarily apply to teacher supply
We all have our weaknesses, even those at the top of the pile
Lots of new facts, but what will be the outcomes (for girls)? Part 2
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