In pursuit of a secure base? Education commentary in times of socio-political uncertainty

Pam Jarvis

10 December 2018

Pam Jarvis

In 1973, at the beginning of the 1970s international oil crisis, and amid emergent Watergate revelations, Paul Simon sang ‘we come in the age’s most uncertain hour…’. At around the same time in England, an impetus arose within the fragile Callaghan Labour government to exert more control over schools following the 1974 William Tyndale scandal (Haigh, 2006), which continued into the first Thatcher government elected in 1979. Wilby (2013) describes the ministers of...

The neglect of practice

Jim Hordern

14 December 2018

 Jim Hordern

Optimising support for children with ADHD in schools

Darren Moore, Tamsin Ford & Jo Thompson Coon

13 December 2018

Darren Moore, Tamsin Ford & Jo Thompson Coon

Integrating a parenting education programme into the primary and secondary school curriculum in Nigeria

Dorothy Ofoha, Rotimi Ogidan & Rosemary Saidu

11 December 2018

Dorothy Ofoha, Rotimi Ogidan & Rosemary Saidu

Arresting ‘epistemic violence’: Decolonising the national curriculum for history

Marlon Moncrieffe

6 December 2018

Marlon Moncrieffe

Can biology A-levels be trusted to look after the future teaching of high quality ecological science?

Stephen Tilling

4 December 2018

Stephen Tilling

We are delighted to announce the first 2019 BERA Research Commission: "Competing Discourses of Early Childhood Education & Care: Tensions, Impacts and Democratic Alternatives across the UK’s four jurisdictions" Find out more about the project and team: https://t.co/Z01quELFy7

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The challenge of researching dialogic interactions in digital classroom contexts

Louis Major & Sara Hennessy

3 December 2018

Louis Major & Sara Hennessy