Posts Tagged “julian le grand”

The pupil premium isn’t a quick-fix solution, it’s a long-haul policy

by Stephen Tall on September 20, 2012

The pupil premium — additional cash targeted at the most disadvantaged children — is the policy of which Nick Clegg is proudest and with which he is most closely associated. The policy itself dates back to Julian le Grand in the 1980s (when it was touted as a progressive version of school vouchers) but it […]