Jo Smith’s speech at the Labour Party Conference
Potential, Achievement and Ability: How does Growth Mindset fit with the fixed ability 11-plus?
Michael Morpurpo on the advantages of comprehensive education
The cruelest cut
Grammar schools are not the solution to our social mobility crisis
Parents’ stories from selective areas in England
A Comprehensive Future supporter and Grandmother writes from Hertfordshire about her experience of what selection does and what comprehensives can achieve
Segregation, segregation, segregation ….
Stories from Kent, what selection really means
Parents speak to MPs about the damaging effects of selection
I did not understand what selection was until I heard other mothers arguing about it
Coaching for the 11 plus is rife
Eleven plus selection in West Kent is actually social and economic selection
Chaos in Kent where selection rules
How naive I was! To think that selection wouldn’t affect neighbouring areas.
Selection in Bucks means a racially segregated school