A levels: why statistical modelling was almost bound to produce unfair and unjustifiable results
ConservativeHome 14th August 2011 published in the midst of riots in London, Birmingham, Bristol, Liverpool and Manchester
Martin began his professional career in a challenging secondary modern school in Southend on Sea. He has held senior leadership roles in Education in both the UK and overseas, including helping establish a new sixth form college which significantly improved results in a deprived coastal town with failing schools. He has also worked in the university sector, including setting up a new course in research ethics which is now taught in more than 20 universities and colleges around the world.