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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.

163 colleges are ‘Real Living Wage’ employers, more need to follow.

‘A REAL LIVING WAGE’ COULD BENEFIT ALL LOW PAID WORKERS IN THE EDUCATIONAL SECTOR AS WELL AS HAVING LONG TERM BENEFITS FOR SOCIETY.

#MentalHealthAwareness: Challenging the stigma and ending discrimination

IT’s ESTIMATED by MIND and other charities in the UK that one in four people will experience a mental health problem in any given year. 3.3% of people in the UK suffered from depression in the past week. 1 million people a month had been in contact with mental health services in 2017 alone.

VOTER ID CHECKS HAVE DONE NOTHING TO REMOVE THE BARRIERS ONE CENTURY AFTER WORKING PEOPLE GOT THE VOTE

TWO years ago national government formally unveiled a plan to carry out pilot ID checks at polling stations across the country. This took place in some parts of the country in May 2018 and again in 2019.