Posts Tagged “chris cook”

More on the 446 state schools where poorer children perform better than average (and where they’re located)

by Stephen Tall on May 14, 2012

At the weekend I blogged the graph first published in the TES magazine highlighting research from the charity I work for, the Education Endowment Foundation, showing The 446 state schools where poorer children perform better than average. Well, we now (…)

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Has something gone wrong with the Pupil Premium, as Jonathan Calder suggests? Some quick thoughts from me…

by Stephen Tall on March 14, 2012

Jonathan Calder has an interesting post at his Liberal England blog tracing the evolution of the pupil premium, and asks if its lost its initial guiding purpose: The Pupil Premium seems to have dwindled into a scheme that positions the (…)

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