Richard Selfridge Primary schoolteacher and blogger
Richard Selfridge is a primary school teacher and writer on education. He has written about the use of education data for the Guardian, Times Educational Supplement and Schools Week, and is a regular speaker at national teaching conferences including researchED, Northern Rocks and the Festival of Education.
He contributed a chapter on the use of education data in David Didau’s 2015 book What if everything you knew about education was wrong?, and he has been a regular contributor to national discussions about the use of numbers in education. This is his first book for SAGE Publishing.