James Croft is Founding Director of the Centre for the Study of Market Reform of Education, and is responsible principally for the organisation’s forums and outreach in respect of government and parliamentary, sponsor, key stakeholder, and practitioner engagement.
James has authored and co-authored a number of reports for the Centre and its partners, including Collaborative overreach: why collaboration probably isn't key to the next phase of school reform (2015); School Vouchers for England: Harnessing choice and competition for greater quality and equality in education (co-published with the Adam Smith Institute, 2013); and When Qualifications Fail: Reforming 14-19 assessment (2012). Previously he was the author of Profit-making free schools, for the Adam Smith Institute (2011). James comments regularly in the press on education policy.
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