The irrational rationality of educational policy making | edsacredprofane

 
Bad academia or irrational policy making?
In a recent speech launching the Education white paper, Nicky Morgan said:

We have not only the best qualified workforce in history, but also a workforce that is increasingly focused on constant self-improvement, that is driven by the evidence and which like other professions is breaking new boundaries, sharing what works, challenging one another and unleashing greatness.

Whether true, or otherwise, Nicky Morgan proves that  few professions match the hyperbole of politicians.

Nicky Morgan envisages a host of “best leaders”:

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