Here’s our list of ten frontline blogs we’ve particularly liked from the week of 14th October. Let us know which posts we’ve missed and which other bloggers we should be following for next week’s list.
Sue Marsh reviews Labour’s welfare policy in opposition and offers some advice to the new shadow ministerial team. Posted on Diary of a Benefit Scrounger.
Paul Bernal writes an open letter to Rachel Reeves expressing his disappointment at her recent comments in a Guardian article on welfare reform. Posted on Paul Bernal’s Blog.
Daniel Sage looks at the role ‘nudge’ could play in welfare to work. Posted on Knowledge is porridge.
Following a report from the Welsh Affairs Committee, Jules Birch points out why the bedroom tax is unfair to social tenants compared to private tenants. Posted on Jules Birch.
Truthful Classroom sets out why teachers are striking. Posted on Truthful Classroom.
Michael Tidd writes a letter to parents about the teachers’ strike. Posted on Ramblings of a Teacher.
Laura McInerney shares her reflections on the Coalition’s free schools policy following the Ofsted report on the Al-Madinah Free School. Posted on Laura McInerney.
Toby Blume argues that the Al-Madinah school highlights the inadequacies of the current free schools process. Posted on random musings from civil society.
Tom Sherrington shares some challenging stories from his teaching experience. Posted on headguruteacher.
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