The neoliberal consensus is broken, we need to start to think about what our education system might look like in the future
I have been interested in cultural practices in teaching for a few years. So I was interested how this resonated with Steven Puttick’s recent article in School Leadership and Management , describing… Read more »
In which I challenge the use of Arendt’s essay as a justification for zero-tolerance or no-excuses behaviour policies in schools.
The argument goes that between 2004 and 2010 or thereabouts, there was a period of oppression in which teachers could not express their views. Or, if they wanted to pursue… Read more »
I picked up on Hirsch’s visit to the UK, when I noticed excitement amongst a number of teacher bloggers on Twitter. Though, I don’t follow them directly, there was an overspill… Read more »