Think of a disciplinary area, give it the label Neuro, activate a Google search and you are bound to come up with a huge number of hits. Education is no exemption and the scope of application is...Continue reading
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Cui bono? The myth of the closing gap and the need for radical reconceptualisation of early childhood research
Services for young children and their families have held a prominent place on international policy agendas for decades and have seen remarkable transformations of the underlying concept of what...Continue reading
Current educational change in England is based on the rationale that schools may be continually improved in ways that facilitate competitive advantage on a world stage. This rationale enables...Continue reading
Why does the devil have all the good tunes? How researchers continue to put one over teachers in the HE promotion stakes
The Higher Education Academy (HEA, 2013) published research on Rebalancing promotion in the HE sector: is teaching excellence being rewarded? is appropriately authored by academics from...Continue reading
In the run-up to the 2015 General Election, BERA produced a summary document presenting the main political parties plans for education.