FORUM Volume 54 (2012) Issue 2

ISSN 0963-8253

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Democracy, Accountability and Co-operation

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Editorial, pages 179‑183
Clyde Chitty, Colin Richards

Governing Education: remaking the long revolution, pages 185‑204
STEWART RANSON

Power, Democracy - and Democracy in Education, pages 205‑214
KEN JONES

Half Way to Hell: what Gove is doing to England's schools, pages 215‑230
DEREK GILLARD

The Myth of School Autonomy: centralisation as the determinant of English educational politics, pages 231‑246
TREVOR FISHER

Ofsted Inspection Inspected: an examination of the 2012 framework for school inspection and its accompanying evaluation schedule, pages 247‑272
COLIN RICHARDS

Does Gove Really Want to Set Us Free?, pages 273‑284
JON BERRY

The Stone Age Didn't End Because They Ran out of Stone: why our children can't wait much longer for a functional school system, pages 285‑298
GERALDINE NORMAN, MARK MOORHOUSE

Re-energising Subject Knowledge, pages 299‑304
JOHN HOPKIN

Towards a New ABC of Curriculum-making: a reply to John Hopkin, pages 305‑312
JOHN WHITE

The Birth of New Labour and the Death of Comprehensive Education, pages 313‑318
CLYDE CHITTY

Mr Gove's Road to Privatisation: forcing primary schools to become Academies, pages 319‑322
MELIAN MANSFIELD

Co-operative Schools: a democratic alternative, pages 323‑326
JAMIE AUDSLEY, PHILIP COOK

Co-operative Schools: building communities in the 21st century, pages 327‑340
TOM WOODIN

Can We Believe the International League Tables?, pages 341‑344
PETER WILBY

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