FORUM Volume 56 (2014) Issue 3

ISSN 0963-8253

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Life after Gove

Please Note: All articles in this issue are free to download

Editorial. The Gove Legacy, pages 337‑340
Clyde Chitty

To Value Every Child in the Moment, pages 341‑348
MICHAEL ARMSTRONG

Evidence, Policy and the Reform of Primary Education: a cautionary tale, pages 349‑376
ROBIN ALEXANDER

Educating Democracy: conjunctures in the long revolution, pages 377‑400
STEWART RANSON

Schooling the Crisis? Education in the Aftermath of the Global Financial Crisis, pages 401‑416
JOHN MORGAN

Goodbye Michael Gove, pages 417‑420
MICHAEL BASSEY

Free Schools and Academies, pages 421‑424
JANE EADES

Why the Government Needs a Little History Lesson, pages 425‑432
MELISSA BENN

School Admissions: fairness versus diverse types of schools, choice and own admission authorities, pages 433‑444
RICHARD HARRIS

The Labour Party's Blunkett Review: a comprehensive disappointment, pages 445‑450
KEITH LICHMAN

A Trojan Horse in Birmingham, pages 451‑456
PATRICK YARKER

The Consequences of the Trojan Horse Affair and a Possible Way Forward for Birmingham, pages 457‑472
SARAH BARTON, RICHARD HATCHER

Social Selection and Religiously Selective Faith Schools, pages 473‑484
PAUL PETTINGER

Educating Ethics: the probity of school governance, pages 485‑498
NIGEL GANN

Changes to the English Literature GCSE: a sociocultural perspective, pages 499‑512
ADAM MORBY

Radical Democratic Education as Response to Two World Wars and a Contribution to World Peace: the inspirational work of Alex Bloom, pages 513‑528
MICHAEL FIELDING

Margaret and Rachel McMillan: their influences on open-air nursery education and early years teacher education, pages 529‑540
BETTY LIEBOVICH

Neglected Women Historians: the case of Joan Simon, pages 541‑566
JANE MARTIN

A Retiring Education: on continuing to learn for its own sake, pages 567‑570
DAVID HALPIN

Tony Benn (3 April 1925-14 March 2014): an appreciation, pages 571‑574
CLYDE CHITTY

BOOK REVIEWS, pages 575‑594

Picking Up the Pieces Manifesto, pages 595‑595

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