FORUM Volume 54 (2012) Issue 1

ISSN 0963-8253

Contents

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What is the Way Forward?

Editorial. What is the Way Forward?, pages 3‑4
Clyde Chitty

Caught in the (Education) Act: tackling Michael Gove's education revolution. Report on 19th November 2011 Conference, pages 5‑12

A Divided Education System, pages 13‑16
CLYDE CHITTY

Putting the Alternative Case: a twenty-first-century vision for England's schools, pages 17‑22
MELISSA BENN

Show Me the Money! Neoliberalism at Work in Education, pages 23‑28
STEPHEN J. BALL

Gove's Offensive and the Failure of Labour's Response, pages 29‑36
RICHARD HATCHER

Do We Need a Middle Tier in Education?, pages 37‑40
TERRY PARKIN

Comprehensive Schools and the Future, pages 41‑54
BERNARD BARKER

Decline and Fall: are state schools and universities on the point of collapse?, pages 55‑56
TIM BRIGHOUSE

Streaming and Setting in UK Primary Schools: evidence from the Millennium Cohort Study, pages 57‑64
SUSAN HALLAM

The Labour Party and the Need for Change: values, education and emotional literacy/intelligence, pages 65‑72
BRIAN MATTHEWS

Privatisation in Education: further reflections, pages 73‑90
Clive Griggs

Margaret Miles: the educational journey of a comprehensive school campaigner, pages 91‑102
LOTTIE HOARE

Secondary Modern School Education: an essay in subjugation and repression, pages 103‑112
PAUL DASH

The Evidence Base on the Effects of Policy and Practice in Faith Schools, pages 113‑120
PAUL PETTINGER

The Intersection of Community, Culture and Learning Processes within the Setting of a Chinese Complementary School, pages 121‑134
THEO CREBER

BOOK REVIEWS, pages 135‑176

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