04 Academies – why not?
Sally Kincaid warns that the escalating academies programme will damage not only teachers’ pay and conditions, but education provision too.
06 Is this ‘soft’ education?
Martin Allen believes the prejudice against less traditional subjects reflects the desire of selective schools to protect their status.
08 SIP it and see
The idea behind School Improvement Partners was a good one, argues Gill Goodswen. Why, then, did she change her mind?
10 Raising expectations
African-Caribbean boys continue to underachieve at secondary school. Janet Graham argues that it is the teacher’s role to challenge this.
12 On the supply side
Laurence French confides what he has learned from his experience of supply teaching, and passes on some tips.
14 Hear the student voice
Jessie Seal explains why the secondary school students’ organisation ESSA has changed its name.
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