Little Has Changed
In an interesting blog article Richard Fraser argues that little has changed in education since 2001 starting by saying:
In 2001, a certain Theresa May MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Education, addressed the PAT [now Voice] Annual Conference in Cardiff.
Her speech reveals how little has changed in education since then: teachers working excessive hours, performance-related pay, SATs, admissions….
Interestingly, some of Mrs May’s criticisms of the Labour Government’s education policies have been made by politicians, unions and practitioners about the current Conservative Government and its Coalition predecessor.
The following Briefing from The School Bus is also worth a read: Continue reading “Little Has Changed”