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Articles from Stephen Lambert

#GCSE and #ALEVEL entries for Religious Studies may have fallen - But as a Nation we haven't stopped believing

STUDENT entries for GCSE and A-level Religious Studies has fallen in the last year.

Is This Government's Education Revolution Failing Northern Kids?

THE NEW Education Secretary, Gavin Williamson, has made “three Fs” his priority:

PROMOTING AND EMBEDDING ‘FUNDAMENTAL BRITISH VALUES’ IN OUR SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES

PROMOTING AND EMBEDDING ‘FUNDAMENTAL BRITISH VALUES’ IN OUR SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES SHOULD BE A PRIORITY TO COMBAT THE EMERGENCE OF HATE , EXTREMISM AND HELP RESTORE FAITH IN OUR DEMOCRACY.

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

The Privately Educated Retain their Grip on the Top Jobs as ‘Old Etonian’ Boris Johnson prepares to be PM. AS Britain prepares for the selection of the Old Etonian Boris Johnson 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.

What can educational practitioners learn from academic social research?

CONTRARY to popular belief educational practitioners and social enterprises can learn much from the research produced by university academics.