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1. Chart shows how much prices would be if fast-food workers were paid $15 an hour - Young Conservatives
I hope you’re ready for “The Dollar Menu” to become the “The Dollar Thirty-Eight Menu”.When things on the dollar menu are $1.38, who does that hurt the most? Poor people.That’s what liberals just don’t understand. They say things that make you feel good then implement policy that is doomed for failure.
URL: http://www.youngcons.com/chart-shows-how-much-prices-would-be-if-fast-food-workers-were-paid-15-an-hour/ - 761KB - 10 Aug 2015
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2. Tristram Hunt, Labour's Shadow Education Secretary, Tells Teachers To 'Stop Moaning'
Tristram Hunt, Labour's shadow education secretary, has provoked a social media firestorm after telling a parent and a teachers' group to "stop moaning" and "do some work".Thomas Mann, a father of two, asked Hunt on Twitter to direct him towards details of Labour's education policies.
URL: http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2015/02/02/tristram-hunt-twitter-teachers-stop-moaning_n_6592562.html - 153KB - 02 Feb 2015
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3. British are the worst behaved pupils in the world? Young teacher's shock testimony | Mail Online
At the inner-city secondary school where I taught for two years, one object neatly summed up its failings: the skip, writes former teacher ROBERT PEAL.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2611750/The-worst-behaved-pupils-world-Youd-better-believe-As-study-says-schools-anarchic-thought-shocking-testimony-idealistic-young-teacher.html - 320KB - 24 Apr 2014
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4. Better schools?
As the dust settles after the departure of Michael Gove from education it is time to consider what a future government should do to continue the reforms and improve the opportunities young people have from attending our state schools.Mr Gove drove through a substantial increase in the number of Academies, a programme started by the previous Labour government. He introduced a number of Free schools. He sought to make exams more demanding and raise the esteem of qualifications. He strove to increase the use of phonics to teach literacy. He presided over the remodelling of some exam syllabuses.
URL: http://johnredwoodsdiary.com/2014/07/26/better-schools/ - 159KB - 01 Aug 2014
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5. Reshuffle blues?
There was some good news in the reshuffle. Mr Hague’s decision to leave Parliament next May means we now have a Foreign Secretary who has stated he wants out of the EU if we do not get a much better deal. That is a better stance for our negotiation, and encouraging that he agrees with many of us that the UK’s current position in the EU is unacceptable.
URL: http://johnredwoodsdiary.com/2014/07/16/reshuffle-blues/ - 276KB - 01 Aug 2014
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6. Failed, failed, failed: Blair said his priorities were education, education, education. But Labour's billions did nothing to raise standards, says report | Daily Mail
Billions of pounds poured into education under Labour resulted in ‘no improvements’ in standards, a major report revealed yesterday.Despite Tony Blair declaring his priorities as ‘education, education, education’ when he swept to power in 1997, a huge increase in spending on schools led to ‘no improvement in student learning outcomes’, the report found.In fact, the UK’s teenagers have slipped down world league tables in crucial subjects while the country’s schools have become among the most socially segregated across the world.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2201885/Failed-failed-failed-Blair-said-priorities-education-education-education-But-Labour-billions-did-raise-standards-says-report.html - 184KB - 12 Sep 2012
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7. Labour 'has screwed up' education in Wales just as it did with NHS: Tory minister to attack decline of Welsh schools as 'woeful'
Labour's record on education in Wales is a ‘scandal’ and even worse than its performance on the NHS, the Tories will claim today.In the opening salvo in a new Conservative attack on the Labour-run Welsh government, Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb will say the decline of schools has been ‘woeful’ and Labour has ‘screwed up’ education.He will unveil a series of expert findings suggesting Wales is lagging behind England.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2937288/Labour-screwed-education-Wales-just-did-NHS-Tory-minister-attack-decline-Welsh-schools-woeful.html - 340KB - 03 Feb 2015
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8. Obama Proposes Eliminating Tax Cut Designed to Help Families Save for College
This is how White House wants to fund "free" community college. The Obama administration will soon propose raising taxes on middle-income families struggling to save for college–at a time when college costs are higher than they’ve ever been.For years, families have been using 529 college savings accounts. Once you invest after-tax dollars in these accounts, the money grows tax-free and you can withdraw the initial capital and the interest acquired without facing federal tax penalties if you use the money for education expenses.
URL: http://dailysignal.com/2015/01/26/obama-proposes-eliminating-tax-cut-designed-help-families-save-college/ - 61KB - 27 Jan 2015
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9. British Education: destroyed by Labour | Roger Helmer MEP
A recent newspaper headline reads: “Universities are filtering out the middle classes”. Ed Balls is master-minding an unprecedented social engineering campaign, driven by class envy and hatred, which is designed to undermine private education by creating barriers to tertiary education for privately educated students. The government has so intimidated the universities that many have declared they will not take note of the new “A Star” grade at A level, for fear of charges of “élitism”. If universities are not élitist and proud of it, one wonders what they are for at all.Ball’s plans for school place allocation by lottery had a similar effect, denying places in good schools to the very pupils who would most have benefited from them.
URL: http://rogerhelmermep.wordpress.com/2009/03/03/british-education-destroyed-by-labour/ - 62KB - 22 Jun 2012
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10. Michael Gove and Ofsted: The Education Secretary is right to take on teacher 'Blobbledegook’
Michael Gove, bless his tartan longjohns, takes the outdated view that teaching and learning is the job description of schools. He deserves all our support.
URL: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education/secondaryeducation/10619541/Michael-Gove-and-Ofsted-The-Education-Secretary-is-right-to-take-on-teacher-Blobbledegook.html - 86KB - 06 Feb 2014
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11. First grammar school in 50 years on the way: Tory council takes advantage of Gove rule changes...
The first new grammar school for 50 years could soon be opening its doors thanks to changes introduced by Education Secretary Michael Gove.Tory-controlled Kent County Council wants to set up the school in response to demands for more selective places in the Sevenoaks area of the county.Mr Gove’s rules do not allow for the creation of entirely new grammar schools, but they do enable existing selective schools to set up satellite sites to cater for extra demand in areas of rising population.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2083993/First-grammar-school-50-years-way-Tory-council-takes-advantage-Gove-rule-changes.html - 134KB - 09 Jan 2012
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12. The climate of fear that has poisoned our schools: Ousted teacher exposes how the tyranny of...
Had I blamed our broken education system on lack of funds, institutional racism or the challenge of private education, I would have been the darling of the Left.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1336016/The-climate-fear-poisoned-schools-Ousted-teacher-exposes-tyranny-liberalism-betrayed-generation-children.html - 77KB - 06 Dec 2010
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13. Labour's modular exam system attacked by judge as headteachers lose bid to get GCSEs regraded |...
A judge yesterday attacked the ‘modular’ system of exams brought in by Labour - saying the blame for the grading fiasco lay squarely with the qualification's structure.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2278276/Labours-modular-exam-attacked-judge-headteachers-lose-bid-GCSEs-regraded.html - 222KB - 14 Feb 2013
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14. 'Labour's school policy is so tortured they should send in the UN to end the suffering': Michael...
The Education Secretary accused Labour bungling its new policy to appease the unions, after the party's Stephen Twigg announced he would back parent-led new schools.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2343193/Labours-school-policy-tortured-send-UN-end-suffering-Michael-Gove-takes-swipe-opposition.html - 228KB - 21 Jun 2013
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15. Labour gets a history lesson: There were more unqualified teachers when party's education...
The bitter row over allowing unqualified teachers today after it emerged the number of untrained staff in classrooms was higher under Labour.Education Secretary Michael Gove is allowing academy schools to employ people with no formal teacher training but his Labour opponent Stephen Twigg has warned it risks damaging the quality of lessons.But new figures released in parliament show there were more unqualified teachers in England and Wales when Mr Twigg was schools minister under Tony Blair.Labour opposes the plan, even though Mr Twigg and his colleague Tristram Hunt have boasted of ‘teaching’ in schools in their constituencies.However, official figures show that the number of unqualified teachers in schools in England has fallen dramatically since the coalition was formed.Embarrassingly, the data was requested by Labour frontbencher Kevin Brennan.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2358827/Labour-gets-history-lesson-There-unqualified-teachers-partys-education-spokesman-government.html - 213KB - 09 Jul 2013
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16. Michael Gove plans to cut Department for Education budget in half (which means giving up the HQ with the massage room) | Daily Mail
Education Secretary Michael Gove is to slash his department’s running costs by half in a move which will see 1,000 jobs axed.Radical changes will see one in four civil servants sacked within two years and many of the rest rotated in teams on specific projects. Some work will cease.The ministry’s vast Westminster headquarters – where Labour famously installed a contemplation room for stressed out mandarins – is also likely to be vacated.Officials in ‘corporate services’ such as IT, human resources and finance and IT are likely to bear the brunt of the cuts.The savings programme has been drawn up by the department's permanent secretary Chris Wormald, but has Mr Gove's backing.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2232804/Michael-Gove-plans-cut-Department-Education-budget-half-means-giving-HQ-massage-room.html - 232KB - 14 Nov 2012
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