Professor Stephen Gorard
Professor of Education and Public Policy, and Fellow of the Wolfson Research Institute at Durham University. @SGorard
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Would we be better off scrapping homework?

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Stephen Eastwood
Professor of Education and Public Policy, and Fellow of the Wolfson Research...  · 21 декабря 2016
I don’t think it should be scrapped in the sense that it suddenly became illegal to ask a pupil to research or finish a project outside school hours. I’d like to reserve the option to have tasks which are set outside the lesson boundaries – including revision, which appears to be... Читать далее
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Why do girls do better in school than boys?

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Stephen Eastwood
Professor of Education and Public Policy, and Fellow of the Wolfson Research...  · 19 декабря 2016
The obvious answer is that we don’t know. As far as we can tell from statutory and secondary data, girls have always done slightly better than boys at school. If you go back to the Grammar school era, the proportion of girls passing the 11+ was always higher, but boys’ and girls’... Читать далее
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How exactly have the Conservatives changed the education system, and is it working?

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Stephen Eastwood
Professor of Education and Public Policy, and Fellow of the Wolfson Research...  · 16 декабря 2016
It depends on whether we’re looking at the coalition government, or post-2015. If you look at what’s happened since 2010, then you can probably see the influence of the Lib Dems – the other party in the coalition – at play there. I’m not entirely clear where every single policy item... Читать далее
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Are Grammar schools a good idea?

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Stephen Eastwood
Professor of Education and Public Policy, and Fellow of the Wolfson Research...  · 15 декабря 2016
It depends on what purpose they serve. You’re testing at a particular age – and traditionally at a young age. And you’re testing to decide on which people go to one type of school, and which to another. > "You hear anecdotal stuff, like Theresa May saying, 'I went to a Grammar, and I... Читать далее
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