Teachers are quitting the classroom at an alarming rate – the highest since records began. Recent polls found that four in ten teachers plan on resigning within their first two years, rising to over a quarter within the next five. Teachers blame an excessive workload and intense pressure, leading to a heavy strain on their … Continued
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The Whitehouse Consultancy has launched a key sector Practice, focussing on education and children’s services. The Education Practice includes team members who have held key education roles across national and local government and who have sat on boards for academies, schools and education settings spanning: early years, primary, secondary, further and higher education, and also … Continued
Senior Political Consultant Ben Rochelle has written for HuffPost on the Government’s education agenda and meeting the Conservative manifesto commitments. To read Ben’s article, please click here.
Associate Director Chris Rogers considers the future for higher education, vocational training and adult learning.
Senior Political Consultant Ben Rochelle has analysed justice rehabilitation policy and education in the Huffington Post.
Senior Political Consultant Ben Rochelle has written for the Huffington Post on selective education.
Higher Education and Research The EU has made an enormous contribution to the success of the UK education sector – in 2015 non-UK EU nationals made up 6.4% of UK university’ students and generated £5.1 billion according to a London Economics report. In 2014-2015, British universities received more than £836 million in EU grants and … Continued
Research Executive Rhiannon Sanders considers the Government’s efforts to promote vocational education.
Political Consultant Jack Taylor has updated his analysis of the Government’s prison reforms following the Queen’s Speech.
Political Consultant Jack Taylor has written for the New Statesman on Michael Gove’s reform of prison education.
Nearly three quarters of Britons (72 percent) agree increased investment in prison education and training is worthwhile if crime rates fall in the long term, but more than half (55 percent) believe rehabilitation is ineffective in preventing repeat offences, according to a new ComRes poll commission by policy specialists The Whitehouse Consultancy. The poll also … Continued
Associate Political Consultant Rowan Allport asks what’s next for education.