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Personalisation and student voice

The New Labour Government (1997-2010) announced personalised learning as an idea ‘exciting’ the profession and one that promised ‘radical implications’ for the shape of education in England.  The policy included propositions about engaging student voice in learning, but how did young people experience this? What might their stories illustrate about the links between contemporary social imaginaries, policy making and competing values of governance in public sector reform?