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Brexit is the current and incredibly dangerous version of the ongoing and deeply rooted restructuring of UK health, welfare, security, and education services. Comparing the UK government reforms...Continue reading blog post
It is now a tired old panacea, operating as a very inadequate sticking plaster over the gaping wound social inequalities have become in the post-Brexit landscape Theresa May told her new...Continue reading blog post
I want Britain to be a place where advantage is based on merit not privilege; where it's your talent and hard work that matter, not where you were born, who your parents are or what your accent...Continue reading blog post
AcSS Briefing – Making the best of Brexit: Supporting UK Science, Higher Education and Research for the Future
The Academy of Social Sciences and its Campaign for Social Science have published a briefing note addressing the consequences of the prolonged period of uncertainty in the three months since the...
Alea iacta est, the die is cast! With 5am last Friday morning it was obvious that a majority (51.9%) of the UK electorate had voted for BREXIT. By lunchtime it was clear what BREXIT means for the...Continue reading blog post
In England, as with so many settings around the globe, researchers have long-debated how concepts of racism interplay with education, whether at the systemic or classroom level (see for example...Continue reading blog post
The un-decolonisation of the HE curriculum in the UK: How representative are the current reading lists in education graduate programmes?
The Global South is inhabited by roughly 75 per cent of the world’s population; it is expected that this number will increase to almost 88 per cent by the year 2100 (Solarz & Wojtaszczyk, 2015)....Continue reading blog post
‘Why won’t you leave?’ The question we should be asking nursery staff who choose to stay in the profession
Workforce statistics in the field of early years education and childcare (EYEC) are frequently tendered as proof of how the UK system of nursery recruitment and retention is flawed, failing or...Continue reading blog post
We all learned at school Churchill’s comment that ‘democracy is the worst form of government except for all those other forms that have been tried from time to time’ (quoted in Langworth,...Continue reading blog post