Monthly Archives: April 2014

AERA reminds us that education research is part of a genuinely global discourse

Chris Husbands The annual conference of the American Education Research Association cannot really be described: it has to be experienced. Every year, it attracts almost 20,000 education researchers, not just from North America but from the entire English speaking world, and,

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How I failed to meet the criteria for Blob membership

John White We have known for some time that Michael Gove has taken up arms against ‘The Blob’. This is his name for an amorphous group of people opposed to his policies from the educational world, including teacher unions, local

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Election 2015: education is too important for politicians not to intervene

Chris Husbands What should be in the 2015 election manifestos? This was the question for a public debate at the IOE in March, run in conjunction with The Independent. One of my colleagues, in an email explaining that he could

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