FORUM Volume 49 (2007) Issue 1

ISSN 0963-8253

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Plowden plus 40

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Editorial, pages 3‑6
DEREK GILLARD

Presaging Plowden: an introduction to the Hadow Reports, pages 7‑20
DEREK GILLARD

Plowden in History: popular and professional memory, pages 21‑32
PETER CUNNINGHAM

Echoes of Plowden? Opportunities and Pressures Evident in Teachers' Experience of Autonomy and Accountability in One School Community, pages 33‑38
PAUL WARWICK

Plowden and Me: a personal memoir, pages 39‑46
BRIAN MELLING

None So Blind: early childhood education and care - the connective tissue, pages 47‑54
PHILIP GAMMAGE

Plowden and Primary School Buildings: a story of innovation without change, pages 55‑66
MIKE BROGDEN

Adult Concepts of Childhood: did Plowden make a difference?, pages 67‑76
ALICIA JAMES

Integration: dirty word or golden key?, pages 77‑92
TREVOR KERRY

'Impassioned Experience': notes on the art work of three young children in an American elementary school, pages 93‑106
MICHAEL ARMSTRONG

From Teacher Aides to Teaching Assistants: how Plowden promoted parental participation in our primary schools, pages 107‑114
MIKE AYLEN

Then and Now: foreign language teaching in schools from Plowden to the present, pages 115‑118
LESLIE CARRICK

Reconceptualising Child-Centred Education: contemporary directions in policy, theory and practice in early childhood, pages 119‑134
ELIZABETH WOOD

Whatever Happened to Plowden's Middle Schools?, pages 135‑140
MICHAEL TIDD

Whatever Happened to EPAs? Part 2: Educational Priority Areas - 40 years on, pages 141‑156
GEORGE SMITH, TERESA SMITH, TOM SMITH

New Labour and Education: an evidence-based analysis, pages 157‑178
MAURICE GALTON

Twenty Years at the TES - and not a word about phonics, pages 179‑186
DIANE HOFKINS

Where There is No Vision..., pages 187‑200
ROBIN ALEXANDER

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