Jules White is rallying parents and fellow teachers to his cause. But will the government listen?
“It’s very much a kneejerk response – there’s half a dozen little mantras that they trot out.”
How young is too young to be told that a woman can have a girlfriend? Eleven? Nine?
Cherwell, Oxford’s independent student newspaper, recently refused to publish an online profile because it could “be considered offensive.” This is a dangerous path to take.
The interest came from the backbenchers at PMQs.
Research has found a 26 per cent increase in the number of children being referred to mental health services in the last five years, and that one in five is not being given support.
A recent study showed that BME people have to send in 60 per cent more CVs, even when they have same qualifications.
Under a Fair Access Scheme, private schools would select a proportion of state-funded pupils according to government criteria.
Universities have a clear motivation to “pressure sell” unconditional offers: more students means more fee income.
Faced with rising pupil numbers, increasingly complex needs and inherited social work from stricken councils, teachers feel profoundly neglected.
Despite the mystique about interviews, Cambridge colleges increasingly rely on data to get a better picture of candidates.