Tagged: Education Reform

Supporters of the ‘Bacc for the Future’ campaign advocating their cause outside the House of Commons before the debate on 4 July 2016. This featured performances by creativity-based institutions such as the BRIT School. (Photo: Rhinegold)

Art Attack

The arts are under attack from the Department for Education. It’s time to stick up for them. On 4 July 2016, a debate was held in Westminster after over 100,000 people signed a Parliamentary...

The grammar school: an important vehicle for social mobility, banned by a Labour government. (Photo: Guernsey Grammar School)

Left Behind

Labour are floundering in their own muck, and their latest argument against Theresa May’s grammar school scheme is just further evidence of why their anti-ambition rhetoric can’t beat the Tories. Theresa May has swept...

It’s Time to Stop Killing Creativity

In its push for greater rigour in Britain’s schools, the government is at risk of neglecting creative subjects for academic ones, the very subjects which create well-rounded and confident individuals. Creativity is under attack...

Pulling up the ladder

The Conservatives’ cuts to higher education are only helping to alienate the most disadvantaged students. Traditional institutions are at the heart of conservativism, and with vague rhetoric on “teaching British values,” in schools, David...

Just another brick in the wall

It’s time to put an end to ideological and disruptive education ‘reform’, and fix the real problems. YouthVoice By Katy Bennett ____________ Every 16–18 year old across the country, for the foreseeable future. (Photo:...

We are not to be blamed for our political apathy.

The Government is.  PoliticalBeatBy Will Matthias (@WillMatthias15)_______________ Educating people about the power of their ballot is the only way to stem the problem of political apathy. (Photo: Pennsylvania State University) We consider ourselves lucky in...

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