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Wales and the politics of education

On the 5th May 2016, the people of Wales went to the polls to elect members of the National Assembly – to which all matters of education policy in the country are devolved. The outcome of the...

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  • Sally Power

Blog post14 Jul 2016

Unauthorised Absences

If there’s one issue on which Mumsnet users all tend to agree, it’s the importance of education. Not all of them would necessarily say that ‘education’ and ‘schooling’ are exactly the...

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  • Justine Roberts

Blog post7 Jul 2016

The Adventure of Education

Is it possible to think about education as adventure? This is a question I raised in a recent article I wrote for the Journal of Education Administration and History (Tamboukou 2016). The idea...

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  • Maria Tamboukou

Blog post17 May 2016

Explaining Trump’s Rise, Educationally

The rise of Donald Trump as front running Republican Party presidential candidate in the United States has startled many left-liberal leaning members of the society, and captured the attention of...

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  • Liz Jackson

Blog post6 May 2016