FORUM Volume 59 (2017) Issue 3

ISSN 0963-8253

Contents

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Against Segregated Education

Editorial. Against Segregated Education, pages 305‑308
PATRICK YARKER Free to download

The 'Patron Saint' of Comprehensive Education: an interview with Clyde Chitty. Part One, pages 309‑324
MELISSA BENN, JANE MARTIN Free to download

The State Education Is In: recognising the challenge of achieving a fair educational system in post-Brexit, austerity England, pages 325‑330
DIANE REAY

My Secondary Modern: stories from the invisible generation, pages 331‑334
EMMA-LOUISE WILLIAMS, MICHAEL ROSEN

Democratising Comprehensiveness: a prospectus, pages 345‑356
STEWART RANSON

On the Insistent Possibility of Comprehensive Secondary Education, pages 357‑360
MICHAEL FIELDING

A World We Never Had: the forgotten quest for a comprehensive school curriculum, pages 361‑372
MIKE DAVIES

Taking off into a Strong Headwind: creating truly comprehensive, human-scale secondary education against the prevailing gales of performativity, pages 373‑380
DAVID TAYLOR

Labour and the Grammar Schools: a history, pages 381‑395
DEREK GILLARD

The Politics of Blocking Equality Reforms in Education: a study of organised interests in England, 1965 2010, pages 395‑412
SUSANNE WIBORG

Reframing 'Attainment': creating and developing spaces for learning within schools, pages 413‑422
MAX A. HOPE

'Mantle of the Expert' as a Route to Irresistible Learning and Transformative Teaching, pages 423‑432
LUKE ABBOTT

Checklists for Learning: when, why and how to pay attention, pages 433‑444
JOHN BLANCHARD

Segregated Education and the FORUM Archive: six decades of writing against the grammar/secondary modern divide and in favour of comprehensive education, pages 445‑564
PATRICK YARKER

'The Human Side Takes Priority': remembering Kathleen Mitchell, pages 465‑470
MADELEINE HOLT

Mabel Barker, Unknown Heroine, pages 471‑477
MARY JANE DRUMMOND

It's All About the Teacher: why that 'truth' might not be all that it seems, pages 477‑482
LORNA SHIRES

Literacy Learning in the Twenty-first Century: how much have we learnt?, pages 483‑493
MARGARET M. CLARK

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