FORUM Volume 53 (2011) Issue 2

ISSN 0963-8253

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In Defence of State Education

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Editorial. Campaigning for State Education, pages 175‑178
Clyde Chitty

Coalition Education Policy: Thatcherism's long shadow, pages 179‑194
HOWARD STEVENSON

Education for the Good Society, pages 195‑206
NEAL LAWSON, KEN SPOURS

The Role of Parents and Governors, pages 207‑212
MELIAN MANSFIELD

The Struggle for Democracy in the Local School System, pages 213‑224
RICHARD HATCHER

Knowing Your Mind: teachers, students and the language of ability, pages 225‑234
PATRICK YARKER

Differing Views of Human Intelligence, pages 235‑246
CLYDE CHITTY

Incompetence or Deliberate Manipulation?, pages 247‑252
RICHARD HARRIS

Social and Political Education in British Schools: 50 years of curriculum development, pages 253‑260
BARRY DUFOUR

Enquiring Minds: a radical curriculum project?, pages 261‑272
JOHN MORGAN

Learning Futures: rebuilding curriculum and pedagogy around student engagement, pages 273‑284
DAVID PRICE

RSA Opening Minds: a curriculum for the 21st century, pages 285‑292
SARA CANDY

Decentralisation for Schools, but Not for Knowledge: the RSA Area Based Curriculum and the limits of localism in Coalition education policy, pages 293‑304
LOUISE THOMAS

Music Education under Threat, pages 305‑310
KATE STEVENSON

Year 7 Accelerated Learning Curriculum 2006-2010: from a concept to an outstanding curriculum, pages 311‑316
IAN CRESWELL

Death of Meritocracy Reconsidered, pages 317‑322
TREVOR FISHER

'Gove Moves in Mysterious Ways His Blunders to Perform': an epistolary critique (with apologies to William Cowper), pages 323‑332
COLIN RICHARDS

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