FORUM Volume 63 (2021) Issue 1

ISSN 0963-8253

Contents

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Comprehensive education in the twenty-first century

Editorial, pages 4‑10
JANE MARTIN, PATRICK YARKER Free to download

Comprehensive Schools: Historical genesis and philosophical reflection, pages 11‑19
RICHARD PRING

Reforming the school-based education system in England: A common framework, rule book and a new structure for schools, pages 20‑28
ANNE WEST, DAVID WOLFE

Free and comprehensive? Admissions and mixed attainment teaching in an English free school, pages 29‑38
CLARA RÜBNER JØRGENSEN, JULIE ALLAN Free to download

Comprehensive education for mutual: A sacred gift to the nation, pages 39‑46
STEWART RANSON

Comprehensive education: Ideology and wider socialist and Marxist education policy, pages 47‑57
DAVE HILL

The comprehensive college, pages 58‑67
EDDIE PLAYFAIR

Hello again, Mr Macfarlane: Tertiary colleges for the twenty-first century, pages 68‑77
ROBIN SIMMONS

Going forward comprehensively, pages 78‑85
JOHN COE

Two Views from the FORUM archive, pages 86‑99
JANE MARTIN Free to download

Eugenics and personalisation in educational services, pages 100‑106
HELEN M GUNTER

Education, inequality and social mobility: Key findings from three case studies, pages 107‑114
BERNARD BARKER, KATE HOSKINS

Independent grammar school: Durham. The arrival of low-cost private schooling to a developed nation, pages 115‑127
QASIR SHAH, CHRIS HOLLIGAN

'Some weird animal': Alfred James Swinburne, school inspector, pages 128‑134
ALAN PARR

Pandemic: An opportunity for implementing early years pedagogy beyond reception in England, pages 135‑142
CHLOE ARMSTRONG-JEGOROVA

Margaret Meek An obituary, pages 143‑145
JUDITH GRAHAM

Love's place in school education, pages 146‑158
JOHN WHITE Free to download

Letters, pages 159‑161

Book reviews, pages 162‑175

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