The review is the biggest independent inquiry into primary education in four decades, based on 28 research surveys, 1,052 written submissions and 250 focus groups. It was undertaken by 14 authors, 66 research consultants and a 20-strong advisory committee at Cambridge University, led by Professor Robin Alexander, one of the most experienced educational academics in the country.
Last night the review's conclusions were backed by every education union in England, but rejected by ministers ...
Dear government. When you hire a team of experts to look into something, and they make recommendations, based on actual facts, would it not be an idea just once to actually follow those recommendations, instead of completely ignoring them because they don't agree with your personal prejudices or your stupid populist desperate vote-grabbing agenda?
ARGH! HULK SMASH!!