Homeless children put up in shipping containers, report says

Thousands of homeless children are growing up in cheaply converted shipping containers and cramped rooms in former office blocks, putting their health and wellbeing at serious risk, according to the children’s...

A new slavery museum will have no impact on racism in Britain

Sadiq Khan has given his backing to a proposal from the Fabian Society to establish a British slavery museum in London in order “to deepen our understanding of the past and strengthen our commitment to fight...

Academy use of unqualified teachers ‘widens inequality’

Academies employ more unqualified teachers than maintained schools in similar areas, new research shows Read the full article on this link to TES Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click...

Birthday cakes, rockets and washing machines: How Fuzzy logic can empower young people

Imagine you gathered a group of people together and gave them the ingredients and instructions to bake a cake. If they followed the instructions eventually, they should all be able to bake a cake. At a much...

Millions are in deep poverty. Meanwhile, Johnson splurges £100m on advertising

Welcome to the land of warped priority, where the Tories can find money for ruinous policies – but not for hungry families. Read the full article by Frances Ryan on this link to The Guardian   Share...

Why do we educate people in prison?

Many years ago, I trained to be a secondary school English teacher. I have always been passionate about the joys and benefits of reading. Usually, when the Government talks about reading, the focus is on literacy. And of course, literacy is key to...