FORUM Volume 57 (2015) Issue 1

ISSN 0963-8253

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Political Re-education

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Editorial. Political Re-education, pages 3‑6
PATRICK YARKER

Back to Basics: repoliticising education, pages 7‑10
STEPHEN J. BALL

Labour's New Education Policy Document: tensions, ambivalences and silences, pages 11‑14
RICHARD HATCHER

Bacc to the Future: why we urgently need a more coherent and exciting framework for learning, pages 15‑18
MELISSA BENN

Rather Than 'Two Nation' Labour, a Good General Education for Everybody, pages 19‑22
MARTIN ALLEN

League Tables Must Go: there are better ways of ensuring a quality education for all our children, pages 23‑26
MARY JAMES

The Future of Primary Education, pages 27‑30
SUE COX

Early Years: young children deserve the best possible start in life, pages 31‑34
LEENA ROBERTSON

Labour Policy for Lower Achievers, Special Needs and Disabilities, pages 35‑38
SALLY TOMLINSON

A Socialist Education Manifesto, pages 39‑42
DAVE HILL

An End to Selection at Eleven: the long battle to make Labour listen, pages 43‑48
CAROL HAYTON

Developing Innovative Approaches to Teaching and Learning through Lesson Study, pages 49‑58
ANDRIA RUNCIEMAN

English Higher Education: fees are only the half of it!, pages 59‑66
PATRICK AINLEY

Why Oracy Must Be in the Curriculum (and Group Work in the Classroom), pages 67‑74
NEIL MERCER

Children's Voice or Children's Voices? How Educational Research Can be at the Heart of Schooling, pages 75‑90
JULIAN STERN

My Thirty-four Years as a School Governor, with Reflections on Some Aspects of Curriculum Change, pages 91‑96
RICHARD HARRIS

Inner London's Education Authority: reflections on ILEA twenty-five years after closure, pages 97‑102
PETER MITCHELL

Marion Richardson: Art and the Child, a forgotten classic, pages 103‑111
MICHAEL ARMSTRONG

Marion Richardson. Children's Drawing, pages 113‑116

BOOK REVIEW, pages 119‑123

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