Category Archives: The Coalition

Minority Rule #002

“A spokesman for the Department for Education said: “We are very disappointed that the NUT and NASUWT have announced they will be taking further strike action, which less than a quarter of teachers actually voted for.“” link here Number of … Continue reading

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I suppose I can’t not talk about this…

As a probably soon to-be Primary trainee teacher come this September and as Things Can Only Get Better’s resident Education ‘expert’, I suppose it’s almost unavoidable that I write a post on Mr Gove’s new proposals to GCSEs (le sigh). … Continue reading

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Evil? I wouldn’t go that far. Dangerous? Highly.

In the past few months I’ve become quite a fan of Margaret Hodge, Chair of the Parliamentary Public Accounts Committee, with her recent tangles with big businesses avoiding tax. While I celebrate her recent tangle with Google inc., I wouldn’t … Continue reading

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A Laws Unto Himself

I’ve just this week finished reading David Laws’ “22 Days in May”; the former Chief Secretary to the Treasury and expenses-cheating Lib Dem MP’s account of the negotiations before and the birth of the Conservative-Liberal Democrat Coalition Government. I bought it … Continue reading

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How to screw your children over: feat – Michael Gove

Disclaimer: Due to technical difficulties, Max was unable to publish his blog contributions on the Sunday evening deadline. Slow, painful and meticulous punishments will be enacted accordingly. Oh Gove, where to begin. This was meant to be a rather concise post critiquing SATS and … Continue reading

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