Articles from Stephen Lambert

End the Engine of Privilege: Time to Reform Britain’s Fee-Paying schools

Reform Options for Britain’s Private Schools With Old Etonian Boris Johnson newly in post as Prime Minister, policy wonks from both sides of the political spectrum have re-focused their attention on the role of fee-paying schools in the educational system. 

GCSE Results day ‘GIRLS ON TOP’: is the Future Becoming Female?

GIRLS are outperforming boys at every stage of the educational system. They do better than boys in National curriculum SAT tests. Girls are more successful than boys in virtually every GCSE subject at 16 including traditional ‘male' subjects like Maths and Physics.

Who Stole the Techs?

Government Must Take back Control of the Further Education Sector if it’s serious in meeting the Needs of the many and not just the few.

THE CHANGING FACE OF YOUTH CULTURE IN THE UK

THE term ‘youth-culture’ or ‘teenage culture’ was first coined in the 1950s in America and was later exported to Britain in 1959. Many writers at the time believed rightly or wrongly that a "a society within a society" was slowly evolving and that it posed a threat to mainstream values and norms. In other words, ‘a generation gap’ had opened up in both countries.

There are more things that unite than divide us #MoreInCommon

4 years ago today, Jo Cox stood up in parliament and spoke the words that started The Great Get Together. Our country has never needed these words more. Will you help us spread the #MoreInCommon message? Join in here > https://t.co/RseMWZl1gF pic.twitter.com/HhaWuGDmic

KNIFE CRIME AND GANG CULTURE IN OUR CITIES: CAN FE PLAY A ROLE IN TACKLING THIS ‘YOUTH CRISIS’?

Gang culture is not a new thing. London was the first city to experience back in Victorian times, when street gangs caused violence, especially in the East end of the city. The problem of criminal gangs persisted well in the 1960s and is best exemplified by the Kray twins.

Farewell Citizenship - A Level results out today

STATUTORY CITIZENSHIP AND A TRAINED TEACHER SHOULD BE IN EVERY SCHOOL AND COLLEGE.

Augar Review Needs to Re-emphasise the Value of Older Workers

Forgotten Generation: Could Devolution Help The North East’s Over-50s?

Gender divide in education: Can the root causes be found in early years play?

DOLLS ARE FOR GIRLS AND LEGO IS FOR BOYS - DO SEXIST TOYS CONTRIBUTE TO THE GENDER GAP IN EDUCATION, APPRENTICESHIPS AND IN THE WORKPLACE?

HOW SHOULD FE RESPOND TO THE NEW FAR-RIGHT?

UNLIKE the fascism of the interwar years, the Teesside University historian Paul Stocker argues in his latest book, "English Uprising Brexit And The Mainstreaming Of The Far-Right" that the re-emergence of the extreme populist right is a cultural rather than just an economic phenomenon.

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