Do politicians ever do anything they think is unpopular? It feels as if 'doing the right thing' isn’t enough reason to act, ... Read more
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By Margaret Tulloch At Comprehensive Future's recent webinar Nick Hillman, the Director of HEPI, asked a question, 'The panel oppose the 11-plus ... Read more
Watch a video of our webinar: The policy vacuum, is selective education a ‘no go’ area for our political parties?
If you missed our webinar on October 1st you can now watch the event on YouTube. Thanks to our excellent panel for ... Read more
A new OECD PISA report, "Effective Policies, Successful Schools", analyses schools and school systems and their relationship with education outcomes. A chapter ... Read more
By James Whiting, General Secretary of the Socialist Educational Association This article explores how the Tories in Wandsworth led by Edward Lister ... Read more
The government has launched a consultation into minor changes to the School Admissions Code. The revised code seeks to improve the school ... Read more
The Selective School Expansion Fund launched in 2018, with the aim of expanding selective schools while boosting the number of disadvantaged pupils ... Read more
Comprehensive Future's party conference season Zoom webinar takes place on October 1st 6.30 pm - 7.30 pm. Our panel will discuss party ... Read more
The long shadow of deprivation: Differences in opportunities across England' is a new report by the IFS and the Centre for Education ... Read more
The Times looked at the profile of pupils applying to grammar schools, and found that overall applications have risen by almost a ... Read more