FORUM Volume 61 (2019) Issue 3

ISSN 0963-8253

Contents

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Keep the Faith

Editorial. Keep the Faith, pages 291‑296
PATRICK YARKER Free to download

Power and Conflict in the Public Realm: rethinking progressive visions of collaborative citizenship, pages 297‑306
AARON SCHUTZ

Educating Publics in the Greater Community, pages 307‑317
RUTH BOYASK

A New Curriculum for a New Public School, pages 317‑326
TERRY WRIGLEY

Commercial Realities and Ethical Discomfort: international branch campuses and the market in higher education, pages 327‑338
TOM COLLINS

A New Public Conceptualisation of Education and Care for Younger Children: bridging the public-private divide, pages 339‑348
DAMIEN FITZGERALD

Against Private Schools: culture, power and myths of equality, pages 349‑364
JANE MARTIN Free to download

'This Age of Clichés' and 'Equality of Opportunity ... For What?' Two articles by Alex Bloom†, pages 365‑370
MICHAEL FIELDING

Deficit Models, Masculinity and Boys' Achievement, pages 371‑380
JOHN QUICKE

The Fable of the Squirrels and the Hedgehogs, pages 381‑382
COLIN RICHARDS

'What Are We Doing to Our Children?' Report on the Reclaiming Education Conference, 2018, pages 383‑386
JOHN BOLT

Early Education in England: the power of politicians over policy and practice, pages 387‑400
MARGARET M. CLARK

'I ain't no clue, but we learned it yesterday': losing our way with the Year 6 Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling test, pages 401‑414
CLAIRE LEE

'It was deathly dull and boring and stressful': listening to parents' voices on primary school testing, pages 415‑426
LUCY WENHAM

Learning as Mimicry, Teaching as Coerced Compliance: the continuing damage caused by a high-stakes summative testing regime, pages 427‑436
PATRICK YARKER

Succeeding against SATs, pages 437‑445
JON BERRY

Expeditions, Projects and Trees: working hard, getting smart and being kind, pages 445‑452
MADELEINE HOLT

BOOK REVIEWS , pages 453‑463

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