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Schools staff crisis looms as austerity hits teachers’ pay | Education | The Guardian
Classroom pay has fallen by more than £4,000 a year since 2010 in real terms, according to a government assessment. Damian Hinds, the education secretary, warned that only a 2% increase can be expected for the next academic year.
UK  Austerity  education  policy  Ofsted 
10 weeks ago by asterisk2a
Ministers accused of pressure over teacher recruits - BBC News
But providers say they have come under repeated pressure to take the kinds of candidates that they had been rejecting.

They have been summoned to a string of meetings by Schools Minister Nick Gibb and his Department for Education (DfE) officials, over the past six months, where they were quizzed over which candidates were rejected and why.
UK  education  policy  Austerity  staff  recruitment  crisis  CON-servative  Conservative  Theresa  May  quality  Ofsted 
10 weeks ago by asterisk2a
Ofsted plans overhaul of inspections to look beyond exam results | Education | The Guardian
New guidelines will shift focus towards quality of education rather than ‘outcomes’
UK  education  policy  Ofsted 
january 2019 by asterisk2a
School exclusions ‘put children at risk of gang grooming’ | Education | The Guardian
‘Off-rolling’ difficult students to boost exam results is fuelling gang violence, says children’s czar
UK  education  policy  Austerity  league  table  Ofsted  Tories  nasty  party  Conservative  JAM  Theresa  May  Michael  Gove  Schools  Society  Gesellschaft 
july 2018 by asterisk2a
Government accused of misleading parents over schools' success | Education | The Guardian
Government accused of misleading parents over schools' success
Former DfE statistician says often-cited boast of progress relies on ‘flawed’ figures
UK  education  policy  Austerity  Ofsted  LeagueTable  statistics  Tories  Theresa  May  JAM  Conservative  Party  nasty 
july 2018 by asterisk2a
Toby Young: running free school was harder than I thought | London Evening Standard
Toby Young today admitted running a free school is more difficult than he thought as he prepares to step down as CEO of the West London Free School trust.

Mr Young admitted he had been “arrogant” to presume schools could improve just by having high expectations and said he regrets criticising teachers, state schools and local education authorities.
UK  Privatisation  Ofsted  Free  Schools  Academy  Austerity 
october 2017 by asterisk2a
Give teachers in poorer schools subsidised housing – MPs | Education | The Guardian
“Despite all the changes in education policy over the years – under governments of all persuasions – inequality in our school system has sadly remained a constant,” Clegg said before the report’s launch. “It is simply unacceptable that poorer children are generally taught by less experienced teachers and that their life chances are shaped by the postcode in which they live. - https://twitter.com/minoritybeef/status/885660654534787072
esteem  education  policy  NHS  teaching  value  public  UK  Brexit  society  Ofsted  PISA  Enlightenment  Humboldt  postcode  lottery  social  income  mobility  Deprivation  poverty  trap  Precariat  class  war  Austerity  neoliberal  neoliberalism  Privatisation  Free  Schools  Academy  University  tutoring 
july 2017 by asterisk2a
UK schools taking desperate measures as funding crisis hits | Education | The Guardian
Parents at St Nicolas’ Church of England school in Taplow, part of Theresa May’s constituency, receiving letters asking for contributions of up to £30 a month to plug a projected £40,000 shortfall next year, or face staff redundancies. [...] Teaching unions say the crisis is the result of years of frozen budgets, further eroded by higher pension, wages and tax costs as well as inflation, with little hope of relief if the Conservatives are re-elected. [...] The cuts come as the National Audit Office has calculated there will be a £3bn real-terms reduction across all schools by 2019.
UK  education  policy  PISA  Ofsted  League  Table  Sats  Austerity  schools  deprivation  attainment  gap  social  income  mobility  poverty  trap  Brexit  Theresa  May  GE2017  skills  productivity  output  gini  Coefficient 
june 2017 by asterisk2a
‘I wake at 2am worrying about the children’: the headteachers leaving Britain's schools | Education | The Guardian
He told delegates at a recent Westminster Education Forum that “a lot” of headteachers have told him they are considering resigning, after asking why they would want to “oversee the decimation of our schools”. Last month, more than 500 headteachers signed an open letter to Theresa May, demanding that she abandon proposed education cuts, which they said represent up to £3bn in real terms. & https://www.theguardian.com/teacher-network/2017/jun/03/secret-teacher-obsession-league-tables-cheats-children
Austerity  UK  education  policy  Conservative  Party  social  mobility  poverty  trap  deprivation  Theresa  May  JAM  League  Table  Ofsted  skills  Culture  PISA  GCSE  SAT 
june 2017 by asterisk2a
Where did all the GCSE pupils go – and why has no one noticed? | Education | The Guardian
[ underachieving taking pupils off roll to boost class/school rating! League Table. unintended consequences! macro over micro + staff shortage, pressure, not money, less money! making the short cut to let underachievers and trouble makers go. classic american school dropout. in childhood already left behind! ] Earlier this month, Sean Harford, Ofsted’s national director, said that from now on inspectors should question headteachers during inspections when large numbers of students have left. And Amanda Spielman, the chief inspector, described “off-rolling”, alongside other results-boosting methods, as a scandal.

Our investigation shows that even though the inspectorate recognised this as a national problem going back to 2010, it has not done anything about it.

The research organisation Education Datalab recently published reports on pupils leaving their secondary schools, following an investigation by Education Guardian in 2014. It raised concerns that 20,000 pupils were being lost to state education altogether, with no one knowing where they had gone. The reports do not show whether pupils were encouraged to move or left of their own volition. Those who had disappeared were mostly lower achievers.
UK  education  policy  Austerity  Ofsted  GCSE  PISA  attainment  gap  NEET  Tories  Conservative  Party  nasty  skills  Brexit  welfare  state  College  JSA  dropout  University  structural  unemployment  social  mobility  poverty  trap  child  Precariat  drugs  radicalisation  Islam  accounting  statistics  petty  crime  Secondary  league  table  staff  shortage  burnout  overworked  JAM  Theresa  May  David  Cameron  George  Osborne 
march 2017 by asterisk2a
ian bremmer on Twitter: "Globally, a 1% increase in public spending, leads to a 2.3% decrease in inequality after 5 years. (IMF)"
Globally, a 1% increase in public spending, leads to a 2.3% decrease in inequality after 5 years. (IMF). [...] It's worthwhile to note that "primary education and healthcare" are cited as the most effective public spending for such an effect - https://www.imf.org/external/np/pp/eng/2014/012314.pdf
UK  Austerity  Education  Policy  NHS  STP  public  health  nasty  party  Conservative  Tories  income  inequality  social  mobility  gini  Coefficient  Poverty  trap  Ofsted  underinvestment  working  poor  Precariat 
january 2017 by asterisk2a
Independent research exposes Tory schools funding lie - YouTube
hidden cuts to education. shrinking real terms bc of inflation. some schools consider running either even bigger classes +30 or 4 day school week. // schools budget overall protected, but not from inflation.
UK  Austerity  education  policy  Ofsted  JAM  post  code  lottery  Tories  spin  doctor  poverty  trap  working  poor  Precariat  youth  unemployment  technological  social  mobility  income  downward  Gini  Coefficient  nasty  party  Conservative  Philip  Hammond  Theresa  May 
january 2017 by asterisk2a
It’s not the Isle of Wight that is inbred. It’s the establishment | Polly Toynbee | Opinion | The Guardian
David Hoare, like many privileged people, clings to the delusion that brilliance earns wealth and power – while the poor have only themselves to blame [...] [Book Steve Jones] The more we learn about genes, the more important the environment appears to be.” Robert Plomin spent years scanning children for success genes, but never found them, reports Jones. In life, “success and failure depend far more on the economic than the genetic accidents of birth”
Book  Ofsted  UK  Education  Policy  social  mobility  meritocracy  meritocratic  Toff  Privileged  Establishment  nepotism  income  gini  Coefficient  Whitehall  inequality  Westminster  No  Representation  Austerity  career  Politicians  Poverty  trap 
august 2016 by asterisk2a
Nicky Morgan heckled by teachers, walks off stage in silence - NASUWT Conference 2016
Chris Keates' Response to Secretary of State for Education Nicky Morgan - youtu.be/UAB5X0WYI9s //&! 4:30 - Question time (3/4): Will forcing schools to convert into academies raise standards? (17 Mar 16) - youtu.be/oj7Uky-yVyQ //&! Are Nicky Morgan's "elite teachers" a bad idea? - youtu.be/Y0GNOGj6gV4 - London Academy success is exception. No other Academy outside London had not the turn-around!
education  policy  Academy  Nicky  Morgan  Ofsted  staff  shortage  staff  morale  austerity  David  Cameron  George  Osborne  Council  Public  Services  Social  Services  well  being  child  poverty  poverty  trap  mental  health  deprivation  poverty  food  poverty  Michael  Gove  Budget2016 
april 2016 by asterisk2a
The Week Ahead: the return of the nasty party and a good week for Brexit
David Cameron and George Osborne wanted to cut even more! //&! Nicky Morgan's embarrassing interview over Tory cuts to disabled welfare - youtu.be/hjk06tjx_xQ //&! Jeremy Corbyn - youtu.be/Ain-IP4pHCk //&! IFS: cutting disability benefits to fund tax cuts is a political choice - youtu.be/xVBf9dSa9Mw //&! MANIFESTO Election Campaign Promises - Tories hoist by their own petard over disability cuts - youtu.be/N8VijFKLQek //&! also closed Independent Living Fund - youtu.be/nurjzK5VPAI //& "The electorate don't mind. Those who vote aren't affected." *George Osborne - youtu.be/N8VijFKLQek - WCA to bring down bill by kicking people off was a pipedream & Universal Credit is a real cut in benefits. //&! Nicky Morgan's nightmare defending Osborne's nasty budget - youtu.be/Y9YNcQF4t8I - 12bn cuts were promised in Manifesto 2015. 4.4 tried through PIP. youtu.be/5-3Bp7qzj4Y (pre-election) //& cutting corporation tax (& capital gains tax) - youtu.be/gZ6qNHLnbs0 &! Analysis - youtu.be/v-qmvI9s3pE
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april 2016 by asterisk2a
Schools Minister Nick Gibb gets a grilling on new academy plan - Newsnight
[ multi-Academy Trust ] Schools Minister Nick Gibb explains the government's new academy plan for schools in England - and faces tough questions from presenter James O'Brien and policy editor Chris Cook. // Outside of London, there are no Academy Trust Chain's that are meeting gov targets. More power removed from Councils/Local Authority into Westminster/Education Secretary/Department for Education and has bad record itself to manage its budget and improve outcomes. // Academies won't do better in deprived areas ...
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march 2016 by asterisk2a
Academy trust lauded by Cameron in 'serious breaches' of guidelines
Investigation into Perry Beeches academy trust finds serious concerns about financial management, control and governance [...] An academy trust singled out for praise by David Cameron and both current and former Conservative education secretaries has been given a financial notice to improve, after an investigation found “serious breaches” of guidelines.

Government reports raised concerns about potential conflicts of interest involving Perry Beeches academy trust and companies linked to some of its senior administrators. They also found problems with the number of pupils declared as eligible for free school meals. [...] The previous year, Gove was told the Conservative party conference: “There are some amazing schools in Birmingham, there are some great independent schools, there are some great grammar schools, but I have to say the best schools in Birmingham are Perry Beeches I and Perry Beeches II.”

The current education secretary Nicky Morgan has also spoken favourably about the trust.
Academy  education  policy  budget2016  George  Osborne  Nicky  Morgan  Michael  Gove  staff  staff  morale  Privatisation  UK  austerity  underinvestment  PISA  Ofsted  shareholder  capitalism  crony  capitalism  general  election  2020 
march 2016 by asterisk2a
Hey Britain – Your Kids Have Just Been Privatised
"Thatcher said the problem with socialism is that you run out of other people money. Henry VIII will tell you the problem with crony capitalism is you eventually run out of other people’s assets to sell." [...] In George Osborne’s mercurial March 2016 budget he showed his own Machiavellian sleight of hand. He is now seen as a politician whose leadership ambitions come before the welfare of the British people. Osborne’s allegiance is to The City not the country. When he and Peter Mandelson holidayed on financier Nat Rothschild’s yacht do you think they talked about free school meals and increasing the economic opportunities of the people in Grimsby? [...] Look at his actions and we see that one of Osborne’s aims is to reinstate the class divisions that began to ebb away with socially progressive policies. This last budget sought to weave a line into the fabric of society between the haves and have-nots. [...] We are at the end of the debt cycle and there’s nowhere else to go. [...] This is not the budget for the next generation of young people. This is the budget for the next generation of rent-seekers, moneymen and crony capitalists.
education  policy  Privatisation  UK  budget2016  Michael  Gove  Nicky  Morgan  George  Osborne  David  Cameron  PISA  Iain  Duncan  Smith  DWP  Gini  coefficient  deprivation  poverty  trap  austerity  Council  income  tax  receipts  secular  stagnation  child  poverty  food  poverty  social  mobility  income  mobility  PR  Positioning  spin  doctor  neoliberal  neoliberalism  trickle-down  economics  dogma  ideology  underinvestment  Richard  Koo  property  bubble  Tony  Blair  constituency  babyboomers  pension  obligation  triple-lock  pension  Generationengerechtigkeit  infrastructure  investment  competitiveness  fairness  rentier  rent-seeking  Ofsted  crony  capitalism  shareholder  capitalism  shareholder  value  profit  maximisation  Wall  Street  profit  maximization 
march 2016 by asterisk2a
BBC Radio 5 live - In Short, Is the UK’s 'superficial' maths teaching style making us fall behind?
According to Andreas Schleicher of the Organisation of Economic Co-operation and Development, children in the UK are falling behind in maths, due to a ‘superficial’ teaching style based on memorising facts, rather than understanding mathematical concepts.

Mathematician and co-author of Maths for Mums and Dads, Rob Eastaway thinks that “good ways of teaching are problem solving and real world context.”

When teaching 9 and 10 year olds he uses maths and magic, playing number games with the children which makes them “excited…they want to know how, explore and investigate”.
PISA  education  policy  OECD  staff  shortage  staff  morale  super  size  classroom  austerity  Michael  Gove  Nicky  Morgan  Ofsted 
march 2016 by asterisk2a
Every English school to become an academy, ministers to announce | Education | The Guardian
Education bill, set to be published within days, will take every single school in England out of local government control, Legislation to turn every school in England into an academy independent of local authority control will be unveiled in the budget on Wednesday. Draft leglislation, to be published possibly as early as Thursday, will begin the process of implementing a pledge made by David Cameron in his conference speech last autumn. The prime minister said his “vision for our schooling system” was to place education into the hands of headteachers and teachers rather than “bureaucrats”. [...] accountability and oversight falls on to Whitehall alone. [...] “no evidence to suggest that academisation in and of itself leads to school improvement”. [...] Concerns have already been raised about whether there would be enough good sponsors to take on schools.
education  policy  Privatisation  UK  staff  shortage  Ofsted  Academy  Tories  Nicky  Morgan  planning  staff  morale  PISA  David  Cameron  post  code  lottery  social  mobility  Gini  coefficient  accountability  austerity  oversight  Michael  Gove  child  poverty 
march 2016 by asterisk2a
Sixth-form college teachers walk out - BBC News
Thousands of teachers in sixth-form colleges in England are staging a one-day strike over funding cuts after the High Court ruled the action was lawful.
education  policy  Privatisation  UK  staff  shortage  Ofsted  austerity  NHS  Junior  Doctors  Jeremy  Hunt  Nicky  Morgan  Michael  Gove  strike  action 
march 2016 by asterisk2a
Academy chains come under fire from Ofsted chief | Education | The Guardian
Top executives at some of England's biggest academy chains are paid huge salaries while pupils are left to get poor results, Ofsted says. - bbc.in/1LU157D - A Conservative party source described the comments as "partial and skewed".
'It is surprising and disappointing to hear Sir Michael attack the academies programme," said a Conservative spokesman.
education  policy  Privatisation  UK  staff  shortage  Ofsted  Nicky  Morgan  Tories  Michael  Gove  CEO  pay 
march 2016 by asterisk2a
Dispatches - Low Pay Britain - All 4
living wage starts from 21? 25? // retail big! high street big! - service sector. no manufacturing ... // IT IS CORPORATE SUBSIDY - PROGRAM FOR LOW PAY! // very far from Germay model! // tax payer pays for people in high street! // Ofsted found inadequate conditions! AND SMALL MINORITY GET ACTUALLY A FULL-TIME JOB! LOL LOL LOL! // Social Market Foundation (research) found lvl2 apprenticeship adds nothing to purse over a lifetime. // its DWP policy to get young people off the paper onto other paper largely, still funded, by the gov - still adding to budget deficit. // Ofsted concerned over apprenticeships "wasting public funds" // WHAT A TORY SPIN! // retail places have shot up, and construction plummeted! the latter is harder or put through training providers ( private companies, PRIVATISATION! ). employers are not in charge. to quote one employee of a training provider "meet targets, get money in" its about the # of apprenticeships, not the quality or economic need/industry. //
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february 2016 by asterisk2a
Warning over plan to extend nursery free hours - BBC News
[ expect something from nothing ] Fewer than half of nurseries will be able to offer extended free childcare planned by the government, the National Day Nurseries Association has warned. [...] "But the nursery sector is reluctant to commit to offering more free hours when they already make a significant annual loss - an average of £34,000 per nursery - on the funded places they currently provide." [...] But education and childcare minister Sam Gyimah said:
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february 2016 by asterisk2a
Rural schools failing poor children compared to inner city - BBC News
[ higher tax base, higher spend / lower tax base, lower spend. there have to be subsidies for poorer areas to get quality teachers and the numbers # and up to standard school rooms. // South UK and rest UK difference. ] According to the 2015 figures from Ofsted, the schools regulator, 45% of pupils in Birmingham from poorer backgrounds achieved five GCSEs, grades A*- C, including English and maths. That compared with 35% in Worcestershire and 32% in Shropshire. Laura Fitzjohn, from Ofsted, said councils were shocked when shown the figures, and realised there was more they could do to improve the situation. //&! Children with poor language skills at age five are significantly more likely to struggle with maths at age 11, a study for Save the Children suggests. - bbc.in/1RNG1kd
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february 2016 by asterisk2a
Should Ofsted get a US boss? - BBC News
In particular, they are considering candidates who have been involved in the charter school movement, state-funded independent schools, with a similar ideological DNA to academies and free schools in England. The big impact of charter schools has been in the most deprived urban areas, credited with re-energising schools that had been in a state of chronic decline. It's a claim rejected by their opponents, particularly in US teachers' unions, who say that the successful glitz and PR around charter schools is not backed up by any significant long-term advantage. Some charter schools do well, some do badly... like any other type of school, they argue. The current mayor of New York, Bill de Blasio, has been accused by charter school groups of putting up "roadblocks" to their expansion. [...] [ PISA & a very mixed picture in USA ... and no co-operation, collaboration and trust. ]
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february 2016 by asterisk2a
Number of childminders in England falls by 10,000 in five years | Money | The Guardian
[ single parents ... // privatisation works only if you have people that have to money to spend on private child care, duh! ] The number of childminders in England has plummeted by 10,000 in the past five years, putting pressure on childcare places and raising costs for working parents, according to figures obtained by Labour. As a result of the drop in numbers, Labour says, there are now 23,000 fewer childcare places provided by childminders in England, and costs for places have risen by 27% since 2010. In a further blow, the Tories’ flagship childminder agencies scheme, intended to be a “one-stop shop” aimed at simplifying childcare for parents and getting more childminders into the profession, has failed to get off the ground. Figures in Ofsted’s annual report show that just five agencies are registered with Ofsted, and to date none have childminders signed up with them. [...] [ potential childminders have to self-fund education ]
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february 2016 by asterisk2a
Calls for 'homegrown talent' to take over as next Ofsted chief | Education | The Guardian
Concerns raised over reports that the education secretary wants to appoint an American with a record of resisting unions to replace Sir Michael Wilshaw [...] Morgan is reportedly looking overseas to replace Michael Wilshaw, who will stand down in December. According to the Sunday Times, she is keen to recruit an outsider who has defeated union resistance to education changes abroad in order to raise school standards in the UK. [...] we’ve seen year after year, ministers are failing to recruit and retain enough teachers, threatening our future economic success and the prospects of young people in the global education race.” [...] Tensions between state school leaders and Ofsted have risen under Wilshaw’s reign, in part because of the threat of struggling schools being turned into academies after receiving critical inspections.
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february 2016 by asterisk2a
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Standardized Testing (HBO) - YouTube
tests don't reflect ability. its Bulimie learning. learning for the test. not the subject or field. // profit - capitalism has invaded education.
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may 2015 by asterisk2a

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