Senior Research Fellow for Education, 2009-2011
Ralph is now Policy Advisor at the National Deaf Children’s Society. During his time at Policy Exchange, Ralph worked on projects involving skills and special educational needs.Prior to joining Policy Exchange, Ralph worked in a public affairs role. He has a degree in Social and Political Sciences from the University of Cambridge.
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by Ralph Hartley | Nov 26, 2010Read Publication A better approach to SEN should be seen as a vital concern in reforming the education system. SEN fits within and plays a part in many educational debates, including the role of academies and Free Schools; the pupil premium; and how to improve...
by Ralph Hartley | Jul 30, 2010Read Publication Special schools are suffering from a desperate shortage of teachers trained to deal with pupils with special needs. A Policy Exchange survey revealed that just 5 per cent of special schools found it easy to recruit teachers with the right training....
by Ralph Hartley | Jan 8, 2010Read Publication This report looks at the skills system in England in order to understand the problems which beset it and to offer recommendations for reform. It offers a critique of the 2006 Leitch review, which is seen as the major driving force behind recent...
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