FORUM Volume 57 (2015) Issue 3

ISSN 0963-8253

Contents

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Where Are We Now? Taking Stock after the General Election

Editorial. Where Are We Now?, pages 259‑261
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The Future Is Not What it Used to Be, pages 263‑276
SALLY TOMLINSON

Gove v. the Blob: the Coalition and education, pages 277‑294
DEREK GILLARD

Building a Social Movement for Education in England: policy and strategy, pages 295‑312
RICHARD HATCHER

Brian Simon: his life and legacy A Special Centenary Event, pages 313‑316
PATRICK YARKER

Humanism in Education, pages 317‑324
MICHAEL ARMSTRONG

Is 'Learning without Limits' a Framework of Values?, pages 325‑332
TONY BOOTH

Why Bringing Back Grammar Schools is not Proving a Popular Idea: two successes for the comprehensive argument in recent student union debates, pages 333‑336
MELISSA BENN

Grammar Schools: where are we now?, pages 337‑342
MARGARET TULLOCH

The Business of Governing Schools, pages 343‑354
NIGEL GANN

Mr Cameron's Three Million Apprenticeships, pages 355‑360
MARTIN ALLEN

How to get into a Faith School: a case of malpractice and cheating, pages 361‑362
PAUL PETTINGER

Building Comprehensive Education: Caroline Benn and Holland Park School, pages 363‑386
JANE MARTIN

Learning English in London, 1946-1964: a personal account of a comprehensive education, pages 387‑418
BERNARD BARKER

What is the School Revolution? Can it Be Sustained?, pages 419‑421
SOSS OPEN LETTER

BOOK REVIEW, pages 425‑429

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