Articles and papers by NVEG members

  • by Ron Glatter, February 21, 2024

    Ron Glatter is someone to be listened to on education administration. Now Emeritus Professor of Educational Administration and Management at the Open University, Ron’s academic career includes many years at […]

  • by Webmaster, July 25, 2023

    On 1 July 2023 journalist, writer and education campaigner Melissa Benn gave the first Fred Jarvis Memorial Lecture with the title What do we do now? Challenging the new education […]

  • by Kate Myers, April 15, 2021

    Against the background of serious concerns about sexual violence and abuse in schools and Ofsted’s announcement of a review, New Visions Group Council Member, Professor Kate Myers reflects on her […]

  • by John White, February 17, 2021

    Rarely does the opportunity arise to stand back and re-examine all that we think we know. For all the hardship, tragedy and frustration it has brought, COVID-19 should at least […]

  • by Bethan Marshall, December 16, 2020

    Dr. Bethan Marshall responds to attacks on teachers as she describes the realities of their heroism during the continuing Covid-19 crisis in schools.   Everybody needs to be educated but […]

  • by Robin Head, December 3, 2020

    Writing on the day that England’s Secretary of State for Education announced special arrangements for GCSEs and A Levels in 2021, New Visions Group Membership Secretary Robin Head challenges him […]

  • by John Fowler, November 9, 2020

    The school system in England, Covid-19, Temporary Continuity Directions, free education, local government and what next? New Visions Secretary John Fowler discusses the new government direction on remote education, its […]

  • by Sir Alasdair Macdonald, September 25, 2020

    After the public examinations chaos of 2020, New Visions Group Chair, Sir Alasdair Macdonald, calls for a clear plan for 2021 based on a system of centre assessed grading and […]

  • by Bethan Marshall, August 29, 2020

    Dr. Bethan Marshall, Vice Chair of the New Visions for Education Group and Senior Lecturer in English Education at King’s College, London joins the debate on replacing GCSEs with teacher […]