Vexatious again: This time, for asking to see the Workload Challenge results

Laura McInerney

In October, education secretary Nicky Morgan launched the ‘Workload Challenge’ – a consultation with teachers about their work burden and would could be done to reduce it.

The Department for Education tweeted the hell out of it and made a thing about how they were analysing all 44,000 responses.

I decided to ask for the workload challenge database of answers. Having looked at the survey, I knew it was created using survey monkey so would be easy to download.

I completed the DfE Freedom of Information Act contact form 

contact form

I waited for the full 20 days, and then received this letter.

It is long to read the full thing. In essence, it says:

* We believe that people have strewn personal data throughout their application forms…

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