Monthly Archives: June 2018

You Can Handle the Truth

Originally posted on teaching personally:
For quite a few years, I taught Critical Thinking ‘A’ Level to pupils at KS4 and KS5 (i.e. 14-18 year olds). I observed the great impact of the subject on those who studied it –…

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Four reasons why female teachers are paid less than men – Education Datalab blog

New analysis of School Workforce Census and responses to Teacher Tapp survey questions reveals four reasons why the pay gap emerges between male and female teachers. Continued here: https://ift.tt/2thvaZc

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Governance matters at #EducationFest

Originally posted on Governing Matters:
One of the most awaited educational events, The Festival of Education, takes place on 21st and 22nd June 2018. As in the past, the organisers have included sessions which governors would find of interest. The…

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Who’s Left 2018, part four: Our methodology – Education Datalab blog

The fourth part of our series looking at the pupils who leave mainstream school rolls. Continued here: https://ift.tt/2loIG96

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Who’s Left 2018, part three: The impact of reweighting on London and the regions – Education Datalab blog

The third part of our series looking at the pupils who leave mainstream school rolls. Continued here: https://ift.tt/2tpM47k

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Who’s Left 2018, part two: What impact would reweighting school league tables have for multi-academy trusts? – Education Datalab blog

The second part of our series looking at the pupils who leave mainstream school rolls. Continued here: https://ift.tt/2tf3aFD

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Who’s Left 2018, part one: The main findings – Education Datalab blog

The first part of our series looking at the pupils who leave mainstream school rolls. Continued here: https://ift.tt/2MbAwML

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