The Future Is Not What it Used to Be

FORUM - ISSN 0963-8253
Volume 57 Number 3 (2015)

The Future Is Not What it Used to Be
SALLY TOMLINSON pages 263-276
DOI: 10.15730/forum.2015.57.3.263


This article briefly overviews the likely future of education as planned after the 2015 Conservative election success. Although education was not a major item in election manifestos or in subsequent discussion, the Department for Education claims that it is rolling out one of the most ambitious education reform movements in the world. How the break-up of a national public educational system is being achieved, primarily through an academies programme and a changed assessment system, and a requirement that all educational institutions, including universities, become competitive businesses, needs far more debate and understanding than any political party is currently willing to undertake.

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SALLY TOMLINSON (2015) The Future Is Not What it Used to Be, FORUM, 57(3), 263-276.

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