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007 “License to teach” under Labour plans

007 “License to teach” under Labour plans

Elliot Burns January 20, 2014 0

Perhaps one of the most delicious political moments of 2013 was the Thick of It-esque torture Tristram Hunt was subjected to by Jeremy Paxman. If you haven’t seen it, I more than recommend a

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Disillusioned: My Experience in Education and Teaching (Part 2)

Disillusioned: My Experience in Education and Teaching (Part 2)

Backbencher September 15, 2013 1

Teaching In spite of all these doubts I graduated from my Educational Studies degree and marched straight on to a Primary PGCE. I was suffering from the ridiculous illusion that I could change things.

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Disillusioned: My Experience in Education and Teaching (Part 1)

Disillusioned: My Experience in Education and Teaching (Part 1)

Backbencher September 15, 2013 4

I graduated recently. I have a BA degree and Primary PGCE., but after nearly two decades of being ‘educated’ I have decided that I don’t want anything more to do with education. This makes

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Faith teaching: State knows best?

Backbencher April 5, 2013 1

  Richard Elliott Today, April the 5th, marks the 88th anniversary of the opening proceedings of the infamous Scopes Trial of Dayton, Tennessee, which irrevocably altered the way the United States conducted its national

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