The Department for Education in collaboration with other authorities in the Education, Skills and Children’s Services sector has, since at least 2009, been developing its own set of data-related standards under the management of the Information Standards Board (ISB). According
And Now For Something Completely Different… Scholarly Articles from SDA!
SDA are delighted to announce two new peer-reviewed articles discussing their work to improve access to 1) School Performance data and 2) Free School Meals . Both papers have been spearheaded by Dr Alan Strickley, the former with contributions from SDA
Reading Orwell’s 1984 was a formative experience for me. It helped determine my adult mistrust of the concept that we’re “all in this together”. The concept of Doublethink leaps out as the means by which this sort of fabrication might
Digital Services: The Machinations of Government
Where are we with Government Digital Services? We’ve got: the philosophy, rationale and economics. We’ve got: the direction, process and standards. (OK, not standards – but it’s the thought that counts.) We’ve got: the frameworks, guidance and manuals. And lots