The tragedy of state education in England: Reluctance, compromise and muddle— a system in disarray

We don’t have an education ‘system’, we have a serious problem. And if this doesn’t convince us all of the need for a National Education Service, it’s hard to think what will.

Posted with the permission of Professor Stephen Ball.

A long read, but it repays every minute of reading.

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