FORUM Volume 51 (2009) Issue 3

ISSN 0963-8253

Contents

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Editorial, pages 271‑272

The Question of Admission: the RISE Report, pages 273‑275
Clyde Chitty

Is Choice of School Just a Mirage?, pages 277‑278
MIKE BAKER

Feeling the Crunch: education policy and economic crisis, pages 279‑288
HOWARD STEVENSON

Extravagant Aims, Distorted Practice, pages 289‑298
JAMES PORTER

'O Rose, thou art sick', 'O Testing, thou art malign': a critique of two official reports (with apologies to William Blake), pages 299‑304
COLIN RICHARDS

The Rose Report [continued]: 'the invisible worm', pages 305‑308
MARY JANE DRUMMOND

Choosing the Right Approach: New Labour and the care and education of young children, pages 309‑318
JOHN WADSWORTH, ROSALYN GEORGE

'This is Determination': grassroots opposition to Academies, pages 319‑322
PATRICK YARKER

Science Education and Religion in the post-Darwin era: an historical perspective, pages 323‑332
TIFFANY PRINCE

Sexism and Permanent Exclusion from School, pages 333‑346
ANNA CARLILE

'Strong in their Minds': young people's poems across an ocean, pages 347‑362
CHRIS SEARLE

Explorations of Lifelong Learning Ethics, pages 363‑376
JOHN IGBINOMWANHIA

Lessons from the Past: the importance of educational history, pages 377‑390
DEREK GILLARD

Chris Woodhead: a new champion of eugenic theories, pages 391‑394
CLYDE CHITTY

How 'Edu-babble' Turns Pupils into 'Customers', pages 395‑396
CLYDE CHITTY

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