The Campaign for Real Education was formed in 1987 to press for higher standards and more parental choice in state education. It is not affiliated to any political party and is funded entirely by voluntary donations.
Formed in 1987 by 14 parents and teachers, all of whom were concerned about falling standards and damaging changes in state education which were being forced through without any evidence to support them. Since then, the Campaign has been contacted by thousands of parents, teachers and academics with similar concerns. We now have a nationwide network of supporters and important links with like-minded people in other countries.
Grammar School Debate hosted by The Conservative Woman
Tues 14 March 19.00 - 21.00
Motion: ‘This House believes that a new generation of globally competitive grammar schools
is essential for post-Brexit Britain’
Supporting: Graham Brady MP, Chairman of the Conservative Party’s 1922 Committee.
Seconding: Chris McGovern, Chairman CRE.
Opposing: Sir Michael Wilshaw, Chief Inspector of Ofsted from January 2012 to December 2016.
Seconding: Dr Andrew Cadman.
Location: Centre For Policy Studies, 57 Tufton Street, Westminster, London, SW1P 3QL - Directions
Tickets and further information: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-conservative-womans-grammar-school-debate-tickets-31325012957?utm_term=eventurl_
Newsletter Winter 2017
The latest edition of the newsletter is available to download here
Whole Class Teaching
The CRE is pleased to publish Whole Class Teaching, a pamphlet by Irina Tyk, Head of Holland House School. If you would like to order a complimentary copy, please e-mail or write to Priya Dutta (contact details below). The PDF is available to view here.
The CRE is, and always has been, a voluntary organisation, totally independent in nature and free from any political affiliations. The work of the CRE is as important today as it was when it was founded in 1987. Set up by Nick Seaton and his colleagues, they worked indefatigably to highlight and campaign against worrying trends in British education. Sadly, Nick passed away in 2012. We wish to continue to honour Nick's hard work.
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