No 73, Spring 2011: New chairman takes over; Primary science curriculum
No 69, Winter 2009: Primary standards fall; And 'experts' let us down - again:
No 68, Summer 2009: A Desolation of Learning; Curriculum sinks and costs soar
No 67, Spring 2009: The twittering curriculum; Further education in chaos
No 66, Winter 2008: The end of geography; Stoking disruption
No 65, Summer 2008: No excuse for testing fiasco; In bad faith
No 64, Spring 2008: Destructive policies begin to bite; Academies: a model education?
No 63, Winter 2007: The Great Reading Disaster; Beware BSF
No 62, Summer 2007: The curriculum is corrupted; ...And the ideology is reinforced
No 61, Spring 2007: Policies are not all they seem; New call for more grammars
No 60, Winter 2006: Levelling down in Lincolnshire; Good primary practice?
No 59, Summer 2006: Education Bill crawls ahead; Ofsted is now just a political tool
No 58, Spring 2006: 2006 brings alarming news; But Rose Report offers some hope
No 57, Winter 2005: Wasted talent; White Paper too weak to work
No 56, Summer 2005: Hope over teaching of reading? Parental choice is undermined
No 55, Spring 2005: Adding to human misery; NLS fails 1.2m children
No 54, Winter 2004: Good schools still threatened; Tomlinson fails the test
No 53, Summer 2004: Per pupil costs soar; Confusion reigns
No 52, Spring 2004: Official: standards have fallen; Gloucester put on hold
No 51, Winter 2003: Attack on excellence in Gloucester; Fair play on admissions?
No 50, Summer 2003: Funding crisis: who is to blame? Majority supports vouchers
No 49, Spring 2003: Fundamental reforms proposed; Education budget abused
No 48, Winter 2002: Power to parents; Freedom of information?
No 47, Summer 2002: State education costs as much as private; Bureaucracy grows and grows
No 46, Spring 2002: Class war continues; ...And spreads
/Campaign for Real Education, August 2011