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  • PISA 2015: England’s results investigated
    on Dec 13, 2016 in Global Issues
    Originally posted on Eponymous : . This post investigates what PISA 2015 results reveal about: Progress towards the government’s 2020 national performance targets; and Trends in the comparative performance of England’s high attainers. It compleme...
  • Troubling TIMSS trends
    on Dec 10, 2016 in Global Issues
    Originally posted on Eponymous : . This post reassesses Progress against the government’s national performance targets and The comparative performance of England’s high attaining pupils following publication of  the TIMSS 2015 international comp...
  • Rescue Plan (or how to get from where we are to where we ought to be)
    on Aug 2, 2016 in Global Issues
    Originally posted on Eponymous : .  This post: Reviews progress to date on white paper policies to improve the education of higher attaining learners Considers some wider implications of the white paper’s commitment to equality of educational oppo...
  • What’s amiss with the ITT core content framework?
    on Jul 19, 2016 in Global Issues
    Originally posted on Eponymous : . This post discusses the gap between what the schools white paper said would be in the ITT core content framework and what was actually published. . Background In a previous post – Differentiation in the ITT core c...
  • Sir Michael on the most able
    on Jun 20, 2016 in Global Issues
    Originally posted on Eponymous : .  HMCI Sir Michael Wilshaw devoted his monthly commentary for June 2016 to the education of our most able learners. He has consistently championed the education of the most able in non-selective secondary schools, h...
  • Exposing the implications of ‘educational excellence everywhere’
    on May 26, 2016 in Global Issues
    Originally posted on Eponymous : . Several of my recent educational posts have mentioned the new-found commitment to ‘educational excellence everywhere’. This was the title selected for the March 2016 white paper, but it is also the strategic goa...
  • The HE white paper underwhelms on fair access
    on May 20, 2016 in Global Issues
    Originally posted on Eponymous : . This post compares white paper plans to strengthen fair access with the proposals set out in the green paper. It assesses each element of these plans and whether they amount to a convincing national strategy. It als...
  • Ofqual’s W-turn on GCSE grade 9
    on May 11, 2016 in Global Issues
    Originally posted on Eponymous : . Ofqual is attempting a double-U-turn on how to define grade 9 in the new GCSE scale. This will affect the highest attaining learners in all our schools, all staff who teach them and all those who rely on GCSE grade...
  • TIMSS PISA PIRLS: Morgan’s targets scrutinised
    on May 6, 2016 in Global Issues
    Originally posted on Eponymous : . This post examines ministerial targets for improving England’s educational performance by 2020, as measured by international comparisons studies. It explores the evolution of these targets, how they might be inter...
  • The Fair Education Alliance: A wasted opportunity?
    on Apr 13, 2016 in Global Issues
    Originally posted on Eponymous : . In April 2016 the Fair Education Alliance released its second annual report card. This post reviews progress against the five declared impact goals, as well as the recommendations for securing stronger progress in f...
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