Here’s our list of ten frontline blogs we’ve particularly liked from the week of 2nd September. Let us know which posts we’ve missed and which other bloggers we should be following for next week’s list.
Alex Marsh is concerned about what the Coalition’s Lobbying Bill will mean for campaigning charities. Posted on Alex’s Archives.
Puffles suggests that civil servants and the political class need to get involved in their local communities. Posted on A Dragon’s Best Friend.
Peter Blenkinsop explains the problems with progressive education - and anticipates a hostile response. Posted on ManYana Ltd.
Mike Cameron argues that the number of young people who fail to get a grade C in GCSE maths needs to be reduced – and suggests how it can be done. Posted on Distant Ramblings on the Horizon.
Simon Claridge discusses how schools can support young people to build their emotional intelligence. Posted on The Youth Sector Blog Site.
Tom Sherrington calls for a new way of thinking about school examinations and marking. Posted on headguruteacher.
Dr Mark Newbold makes the case for transformation of the health service. Posted on Mark Newbold.
Mark Macgregor casts a sceptical eye over the supposed benefits of telehealth. Posted on Ayrshire Health.
Dr Kate Granger explains why the personal touch matters in healthcare. Posted on Dr Kate Granger.
Saba Salman explains why people with learning disabilities don’t want to be seen either as scroungers or superheroes. Posted on The Social Issue.
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