The Tes Podcast: Accountability, research crisis and edtech

The latest edition of education's favourite policy podcast

Martin George

The Tes Podcast: In ascending order of height, Helen Ward Helen Amass, Ed Dorrell and Martin George.

Join the Tes team as we discuss whether the resignation of a prominent head is a canary in the mine, warning about the school accountability system.

We also mull over the latest data on the gender pay gap in schools, hear why education research may be facing an "existential crisis" and talk about some new practical advice for schools on edtech.

Tune in and enjoy.

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