The current system of inspection is broken, and must be reformed in a way that is more sensible, writes ASCL General Secretary Geoff Barton.
Yesterday's Autumn Statement contained welcome news for schools with an extra £4.6 billion over the next two years. With this hopeful optimism, though, there are caveats, writes ASCL General Secretary Geoff Barton.
ASCL Director of Policy Julie McCulloch considers how winning hearts and minds could help rebuild the English education system in part 2 of her blog on the 'messy middle tier'.
ASCL Director of Policy Julie McCulloch highlights why we need more clarity about who is responsible for what in the English education system in part 1 of her two-part blog on the 'messy middle tier'.
We've written to the government this week to take the obvious step of allowing schools to access the 60% NTP funding they've been earmarked. Read more in Geoff Barton's weekly blog.