FORUM Volume 52 (2010) Issue 3

ISSN 0963-8253

Contents

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International Perspectives and the Problems Facing English Education

Editorial. Lies, Exaggerations and Half-truths, pages 275‑277
Clyde Chitty

Learning Lessons from the Swedish Model, pages 279‑284
SUSANNE WIBORG

A Comprehensive Response to the Coalition: how should we approach current government policies on education?, pages 285‑290
MELISSA BENN

From Partnership to Community Governance, pages 291‑298
STEWART RANSON

The Coalition and the Curriculum, pages 299‑310
JOHN WHITE

Education's 'Creditability Crunch': the upper secondary years, pages 311‑316
MARTIN ALLEN

Ever Reducing Democracy? A Comparative View of the Legislative Events Surrounding the Introduction of New-style Academies in 2010 and Grant-maintained Schools in 1988, pages 317‑336
ROZ STEVENS

What Has been, What Is and What Might Be: the relevance of the critical writings of Edmond Holmes to contemporary primary education policy and practice, pages 337‑348
COLIN RICHARDS

Theorising African Caribbean Absences in Multicultural Art Education, pages 349‑372
PAUL DASH

The Cambridge Primary Review: a voice for the future, pages 373‑380
ALISON PEACOCK

Primary Science: are there any reasons to be cheerful?, pages 381‑394
JANE TURNER

Achieving Zero Permanent Exclusions from School, Social Justice and Economy, pages 395‑404
CARL PARSONS

BOOK REVIEWS, pages 405‑416

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