Monthly Archives: March 2014

Social Mobility Part 2. UCAS points and the correlation argument. WTF!!?

In 1978, I started working in the Careers Service at Manchester University. One of the first things I learned was that there was a correlation between a student’s grades at A level and success in examinations to become a chartered … Continue reading

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Social Mobility. Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose?

WARNING. This is going to be a bit political but it’s kind of tricky to address inequality without getting political. We don’t talk so much about diversity in graduate recruitment these days, despite the fact that it’s not been fully … Continue reading

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More Peace than War as business and the army chew the fat over strategy, bacon and sausages

Guilty pleasures. A two-pack of chocolate éclairs, a few beers and a night of football when the wife’s away. Did I really say ‘the wife’? I think I am turning into Les Dawson. There are worse dead comedians to turn … Continue reading

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