Can we save money or reduce inequality? And who is subsidising whom?
The new system of “calculated grades” raises interesting and fundamental questions about how we assess student performance.
The arguments for retaining the constitutional reference to blasphemy are riddled with internal inconsistencies.
If you want to win, it helps to know what game you’re playing
State examinations under-reward numeracy. This is unfair and penalises boys disproportionately.
A second blog post on this topic was as inevitable as the backlash that followed the first one.
There comes a point where it stops being reasonable to claim that the unborn is anything other than a person.
Why does it exist? Why is it ignored?
Those who defend bonus points for Maths and those who claim that all subjects should be valued equally ought to be on the same side of this argument.
Do boys really outperform girls at maths?