Daisy Waugh eavesdrops on the chattering classes
Mastering facts, memorising rules, learning poems by heart have come to be regarded, not as enlarging a child’s world but as positively crushing his or her spirit
High Court Judges may not like it but The Jeremy Kyle show has a consistent underlying morality
If there are children suffering from test-related stress it is their teachers, not the tests, that must bear the blame
Despite the name, television drama The Sopranos has nothing to do with opera – or does it?
Family courts are putting parents on trial for their children. Instead of helping to keep families together, these secretive tribunals are breaking them apart—often for trivial reasons