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Following the Budget, Policy Exchange Head of Education and Social Reform John Blake made an appearance on Radio 4’s ‘Today’ programme to discuss school funding.
John Blake, Policy Exchange’s Head of Education and Social Reform, joined BBC Humberside for a breakfast time discussion about academies, in which he argues that giving control of schools to the people best placed to improve them is helping thousands of children.
John Blake – Policy Exchange Head of Education and Social Reform – spoke to Sky News about a recent study which found that poorer students will graduate with average debts of £57,000.
John Blake – Policy Exchange’s Head of Education and Social Reform – speaks to the BBC’s Daily Politics program about education reform.
John Blake – Policy Exchange Head of Education and Social Reform – responds to the recent GCSE reforms, which have been introduced this year for English and Maths exams. He spoke to BBC Radio 5 Live (listen below) about the new 1-9 grading system, as well as writing pieces for the Spectator, Telegraph, Times Education Supplement (TES), the I, Reaction and the Sunday Times.
John Blake, Policy Exchange’s new Head of Education and Social Reform and a former teacher, responds to today’s speech by the Education Secretary, in which she outlined the Government’s approach to school reform
Schools Week and TES respond to Policy Exchange announcing the appointment of a new education and social reform team.
Policy Exchange’s Head of Education, Jonathan Simons, cited by Minister of State for Universities and Science in Public Bill Committee
In a discussion about degree-awarding powers, Johnson cited Simons’ comments on the recent development that Teesside University had decided to ‘end its validation of higher education programmes in the wider college network’
The BBC references Policy Exchange’s ‘The Skills We Need, and Why We Don’t Have Them’
Policy Exchange’s ‘Higher, Further, Faster, More’ report on higher education is discussed in the observer.