Trentham Books and IOE Press authors featured in the Summer issue of the IOE’s ‘Alumni Life’ magazine

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We’re delighted to see so many of our Trentham Books and IOE Press authors feature heavily in the latest edition of the IOE’s ‘Alumni Life Magazine including:   Education and Social Mobility, by Kate Hoskins and Bernard Baker and an article by Bernard Barker (pp. 2-4) Active Ageing with Music (p. 1 and p. 24)… Read more »

New academic diseases identified

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by Frank Coffield Students are contracting a new disease – bulimia academica – defined as repeated bouts of bingeing on information and regurgitating it in exams. The pressures on students to obtain the best possible grades have become so intense that they feel forced to resort to ingesting large amounts of information and then in… Read more »

Becoming NEET: The realities of youth unemployment

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by Dr Chris Arnold The European Union is concerned about the rise in youth unemployment across its member states and has allocated 100 million euros for projects to try to tackle the problem. One project is based on the book I wrote with Tracey Baker, published last summer by Trentham Books and IOE Press. Becoming… Read more »