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Author: Mike Burke

  • Why Avengers: Endgame Supports Knowledge-Led Curricula

    WARNING: the following blog contains full, gigantic spoilers for Avengers: Endgame and all preceding films. Do not read it if you don’t want to know intimate details about the plot…

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  • A Response to The Guardian on Exclusions

    Our Campaign Manager Mike has written this blog… The Guardian have published an editorial this week on exclusions in schools. Disappointingly, it makes the same mistakes as many others in…

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  • Parents and Teachers for Excellence
    National Offers Day – Why School Choice Matters

    Our Campaign Manager Mike Burke has written this blog: Today is National Offers Day, where parents and pupils around the country find out what school their child will be attending…

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  • The Question of Knowledge
    Why We Shouldn’t Scrap GCSEs and A-Levels

    Our Campaign Manager Mike Burke has written this blog: Every year it feels like the daffodils in the back-garden bloom earlier and earlier; this year I saw the first shoots…

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  • A Response to Rachel Sylvester

    Our Campaign Manager Mike Burke has written this blog… This week Rachel Sylvester produced an article for The Times encouraging ministers to tackle knife crime through the method of reducing the number…

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  • Music for All in Every School
    A Response to Charlotte Gill

    Our Campaign Manager Mike Burke has written a piece in response to Charlotte Gill’s article in The Guardian today… Charlotte Gill has today written a piece for The Guardian titled Music education is…

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  • Parents and Teachers for Excellence
    A Response to George Monbiot

    Our Campaign Manager Mike Burke has penned the following response to George Monbiot’s article in The Guardian today: George Monbiot in today’s Guardian effectively argues that schools teaching a rigorous knowledge-based curriculum…

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