Influencing Policies through Research

Taking as its starting point a selection of surveys and policy documents before moving to consider views from theorists, writers and young readers, this article seeks to stimulate debate about why reading literature as part of the curriculum still matters.
We are pleased to make UKLA’s response to the consultation on ‘Primary assessment and accountability under the new national curriculum’ available. Our response was informed by members’ views at a consultation meeting on 14th September 2013. Many thanks to all who participated in this process.
This consultation concerns the previous government’s proposals for teacher professional development in England and focuses on: Improving the quality of professional development and learning undertaken by all teachers; and Facilitating the establishment of a new independent professional body for teaching (a “College of Teaching”).
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