Back to the future: remembering extended schools in a post-pandemic world

FORUM - ISSN 0963-8253
Volume 63 Number 2 (2021)

Back to the future: remembering extended schools in a post-pandemic world
Doug Martin, Peter Moss, pages 98-108
DOI: 10.3898/forum.2021.63.2.09

Abstract

The Covid-19 crisis calls for a transformation of education and schools, with the crisis having shown the many roles and purposes they do and can serve. But, the article argues, in the process of transformation there is another valuable experience to draw on: the ‘Every Child Matters’ policy agenda of the Labour government, including the concept of the extended school. Drawing on research into this ambitious programme, the article considers the potential of this image of the school, a rich image that has been wilfully neglected by governments since 2010.

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Doug Martin, Peter Moss (2021) Back to the future: remembering extended schools in a post-pandemic world, FORUM, 63(2), 98-108

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