Scotsman on LSE's educational inequality report and David Raffe's comments
Following the Herald Scotland and Guardian Professional, The Scotsman picked up the LSE report on educational inequality in Scotland on the 15th August, 2013 and highlighted that devolution failed to improve Scotland's performance in national assessments. The story also quoted remarks from David Raffe in light of the Curriculum for Excellence.
Meanwhile, Lucy Hunter wrote an op-ed also in the Scotsman (15th August, 2013) on fees.
The two stories can be viewed via the following links:
The Scotsman: Education ‘has failed to improve with devolution’
Education in a Devolved Scotland: A Quantitative Analysis Report to the ESRC (Special Paper No. 30)(March 2013)
Seminar - Educational attainment and inequality in Scotland: How does Scotland compare with the rest of the UK?
Full details of CES' research project - DIFFHE: Changing Transitions to a Differentiated Higher Education System
CREID project: Higher Education in Scotland, the Devolution Settlement and the Referendum on Independence