Last quote by Malcolm Trobe
People who work in grammars do a very good job, but there is no evidence that increasing the amount of selection will increase social mobility or the overall education standards across the country. Therefore we believe that increasing the number of selective schools should not happen. Do not increase selection because the evidence base is that it will not have the desired effect.feedback
Mar 11 2017
Malcolm Trobe has most recently been quoted in an article called Headteachers sound alarm on budget’s boost for grammar schools. Malcolm Trobe said, “We are waiting to hear the response to our comments. What we say is we want to be engaged in the process before it gets to publication of the white paper. This is a very important issue, and big issues need a long-term strategy and a significant amount of discussion before anything comes out of it.”. Malcolm Trobe has been quoted a grand total of 3 times in 2 articles.
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Quotes by Malcolm Trobe
Mar 11 2017
We are waiting to hear the response to our comments. What we say is we want to be engaged in the process before it gets to publication of the white paper. This is a very important issue, and big issues need a long-term strategy and a significant amount of discussion before anything comes out of it.feedback
Mar 10 2017
There is no evidence to support the Prime Minister's current conviction that doing so will improve standards and social mobility. Our members leading grammar schools do a fine job with the young people in their schools but although the creation of more selective schools may improve social mobility for a very small number of disadvantaged children, it will not for the vast majority. We need solutions which help the many, not just the few. We need as many people as possible to have the high-order knowledge and skills that will enable us, as a nation, to compete on a world stage.feedback
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