Katharine Birbalsingh’s departure gives the Commission an opportunity to focus on families, employers and colleges too.
Early struggles with reading are one of the largest, and is possibly the largest, root cause of poor outcomes for school leavers.
In this feature, we look at some of the most memorable podcasts of the last few weeks.
New reforms will mean academic institutions change their focus to getting on rather than just getting in.
We are the party of mobility and enterprise. But we are also the party of community and belonging. What is it to be – roots or wings?
The Foreign Secretary knows that she is being played off by them against the Chancellor. They know she knows. And she knows they know she knows.
Looking back on my schooldays, I can see how little we had in terms of inspiration. We simply didn’t know what we could aim for.
The second of two pieces on ConHome this week on social mobility. How much does it matter and is it in decline?
It’s already hard enough to be in this situation, without the avenues for respite being taken away too. Conservatives must do more.
Plus: by stealth, under the cover of Covid-19, Starmer is changing the Labour Party to one based on social democracy, rather than red-blooded socialism.
Our new initiative in South Holland will inspire children from disadvantaged backgrounds that they can succeed.
In a world that changes as fast as this one, constant intellectual regeneration should be our goal. Our recovery papers are a contribution to that.
The next step is for a commission to be established that can develop solutions to the current inequalities we have seen.
The Education Endowment Foundation estimates that ten years of progress in closing the attainment gap has been reversed by school closures.