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Educational bankruptcy

Everything changes. Nothing could be more true; nothing could be more relevant to the field of education today. And yet whilst the educational landscape seems to change by the attosecond, never...

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  • Jack Bryne Stothard

Blog post22 Sep 2016

Voices in the Air

My third daughter works in New York: the distance hasn’t changed the frequency of her communication with her sisters or her parents, and, at least once a week, she has a FaceTime conversation...

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  • Chris Husbands

Blog post20 Sep 2016

A new Hunger Games in education?

The chance photograph of a briefing paper on grammar schools has bounced the government into bringing a half-baked idea into the full glare of publicity before they’ve really thought it...

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  • Gemma Moss

Blog post12 Sep 2016

Reflections on ICET 2016

The 60th World Assembly of the International Council for Education for Teaching (ICET) took place in Kingston Jamaica on 18-21 July, and included keynotes from: the Hon. Errol Miller, former...

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  • James Noble-Rogers

Blog post31 Aug 2016

The pervasive binary Vs Queer Youth

I was invited to write this blog piece as a request for a piece on Transgenderism through the Sexuality’s SIG and couldn’t help but see tension and conflict within this request. This tension...

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  • Michael Phillips

Blog post30 Aug 2016

Nationalism in History Education

Nationalist far-right parties have recently gained popularity in Europe and the United States. The current rise of xenophobic populism is connected to a broader backlash against changing...

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  • Rachel Hutchins

Blog post27 Jul 2016