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The “world’s best teacher”, Andria Zafirakou – who won the Nobel equivalent of teaching in 2018 – on the pressures of life at her school in a pandemic.
Aggressive sexual culture isn’t created in a bubble, so why do we expect schools to tackle it as such?
Britain’s confused Turing programme may harm the “Global Britain” vision the government hopes to encourage.
After a teacher was suspended, protesters are now demanding a criminal investigation, while pupils are divided.
Miller’s conflicts with Jewish students flow from the same analysis of “Zionist” power that he teaches in class.
Why we require a “radical reform of British education” to convert schools from narrow exam factories to places of imagination, innovation and technical training.
Measures such as testing, masks and social distancing cannot keep individuals “safe”; they simply dampen Covid-19 rates by interrupting some chains of transmission.
How the pandemic has had a positive and negative impact on anxiety and depression amongst children.
The US economist and author explains why we should pay more attention to the social harms of lockdowns.
The government has chosen the laziest possible solution: leave it up to schools, let them take the blame – and damn the consequences.
Instead of serious policy, the Education Secretary offers only clumsy phrases and misused statistics.