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The Forgotten Third: Do one third have to fail for two thirds to succeed?

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'The Forgotten Third' is a provocative collection of essays which poses the fundamental question: 'Do a third of school students have to fail so that two-thirds can pass?'


Roy Blatchford has brought together a group of leading thinkers and influencers in UK education to address this question – and pose some answers. Featuring contributions from: Caroline Barlow, Geoff Barton, Rebecca Boomer-Clark, Peter Collins, Tim Coulson, Kiran Gill, Miranda Green, Peter Hyman, David Laws, Rachel Macfarlane, Rupert Moreton, Harmer Parr, Marc Rowland, Catherine Sezen, Richard Sheriff, Nicholas Taylor-Mullings and Iain Veitch.'The Forgotten Third' challenges orthodoxies to shape a 'levelled up' education system.

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'The Forgotten Third' is a provocative collection of essays which poses the fundamental question: 'Do a third of school students have to fail so that two-thirds can pass?' Roy Blatchford has brought together a group of leading thinkers and influencers in UK education to address this question – and pose some answers. Featuring contributions from: Caroline Barlow, Geoff Barton, Rebecca Boomer-Clark, Peter Collins, Tim Coulson, Kiran Gill, Miranda Green, Peter Hyman, David Laws, Rachel Macfarlane, Rupert Moreton, Harmer Parr, Marc Rowland, Catherine Sezen, Richard Sheriff, Nicholas Taylor-Mullings and Iain Veitch.'The Forgotten Third' challenges orthodoxies to shape a 'levelled up' education system.

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Author Roy Blatchford
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Format Paperback
Publication Date 5 Jun 2020

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