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Volume 62 Number 3 2020

 

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CONTENTS

NOT YET PUBLISHED - IN PRODUCTION

WHAT THE VIRUS TAUGHT

Patrick Yarker. Editorial. What the Virus Taught

Diane Reay. English Education in the Time of Coronavirus

Dena Eden. The Resilience of Maintained Education in England in the Face of a Worldwide Pandemic

Hilary Povey. Thoughts on a Playful, Curiosity-led Curriculum: a walk in Sheffield in May 2020

Jo Byrd. Imagining a ‘New Normal’ Free from Judgement and Blame: creating sustainable partnerships with students and parents

Fiona Carnie. Levelling the Educational Playing Field: involving parents to make the difference

Helen Trelford. Fear, Hope and Making the Best of It: reflections on working in Initial Teacher Education under lock-down

Patricia Floriet. Where Do We Go From Here? A Postcard from France in the Grip of the Pandemic

Peter Cansell & Pip Marples. Could This Be the End of Schools as We Know Them? Another Way is Needed

Katie Spicksley. The Centre Cannot Hold: primary teachers, educational purpose, and the future

Scherto Gill. Beyond the Tyranny of Testing: towards a relational orientation to educational evaluation

Nigel Gann. Recapturing the Castle: looking to the de-corporatisation of schools and a post-viral revival of educational values

Peter Kelly. Neither Technicians nor Technocrats: pluralism and democratic accountability in schools

Mary Bousted. Ofsted: a problem in search of a solution

Chris Smith. Reciprocal Responsibility: why teachers should be the people to inspect schools

Richard House & Richard Brinton. When Their Only Tool Is a Hammer: a school’s traumatised parents take on Ofsted

Alan Parr. Children and Teachers All Felt He Was a Friend: the early years of Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Schools, 1837-1870

Julian Stern. The Real Reason Neoliberalism Became Extinct: a curious educational history of 2020

BOOK REVIEWS
Pushing Back to Ofsted (Richard House) and ArtScapers: being and becoming creative (Paula Ayliffe, Ruth Sapsed, Esther Sayers & David Whitley), reviewed by Patrick Yarker


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