Deputy Head of Education, 2014-15
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Knowledge and the Curriculum: A collection of essays to accompany E. D. Hirsch’s lecture at Policy Exchange
by Natasha Porter | Sep 17, 2015Read Report The influence of E. D. Hirsch on educational thinking has been profound, and most of the curriculum changes in recent years can be attributed to his work. At its heart is the idea that returning to a traditional, academic curriculum built on shared...
by Natasha Porter | Mar 9, 2015Read Report Free Schools are raising standards for other pupils across the local community, especially in some of the poorest performing schools, as well for the pupils who attend them. A Rising Tide sets out for the first time detailed analysis on the performance of...
by Natasha Porter | Mar 6, 2015Read Report Teachers starting in state schools or teacher training from this September should have their student loans paid off by the government while they remain in the profession. The Education Manifesto argues that given the twin risks of already declining teacher...
by Natasha Porter | Oct 23, 2015Earlier this week, Policy Exchange held a half day conference to explore what is rapidly becoming one of the most discussed topics in education policy; how to ensure a sufficient supply (and quality) of teachers. Unlike many policy type conferences, this one had two...
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