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New release: Changing Schools, edited by Robert Peal June 1, 2015

Posted by Jonathan Barnes, editor in New releases.
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We are delighted to announce the publication of a new collection of essays exploring the impact of education reform on the UK state sector over the past five years.

Changing Schools, edited by Robert Peal, features contributions from teachers, researchers and administrators who have been on the frontline of the dramatic changes taking place in state education over the last five years. The authors assess the rapidly changing educational landscape and offer thoughts on where we go from here.

Here is the full chapter list:

  • Introduction, Robert Peal
  • Academies and chains: When collaboration meets competition, James O’Shaughnessy
  • Free schools: Making success sustainable, Katharine Birbalsingh
  • Qualifications: What constitutes real qualifications reform? Dr Tina Isaacs
  • Assessment: High stakes, low improvement, Daisy Christodoulou
  • Social media: Did blogs break the Blob? Andrew Old
  • Policy: Ten challenges for any government from 2015, Jonathan Simons
  • Teaching: Teacher professionalism, training and autonomy, Tom Bennett
  • Charter schools: Lessons from America’s experiment with accountability and autonomy, Doug Lemov and Joaquin Hernandez
    Postscript, Robert Peal

To order Changing Schools, visit our online bookshop.

For review or inspection copies, please contact enquiries@johncatt.com

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1. teachingbattleground - June 2, 2015

Reblogged this on The Echo Chamber.


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