Re-education for Employment

  • John Eggleston
  • etc.
This report of the work of self help groups of unemployed black adults was funded by the Further Education Unit of DES. It shows how effectively these groups are able to generate employment capabilities for their members and offers recommendations for the further development of such initiatives. Recommended reading for all concerned with equal opportunities in further and adult education. Includes six case studies of groups.
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  • John Eggleston
  • etc.
This report of the work of self help groups of unemployed black adults was funded by the Further Education Unit of DES. It shows how effectively these groups are able to generate employment capabilities for their members and offers recommendations for the further development of such initiatives. Recommended reading for all concerned with equal opportunities in further and adult education. Includes six case studies of groups.

Price: £10.00

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Mad Curriculum Disease

  • E.C. Wragg
Yet another sparkling selection of Wragg’s pungent polemic pieces. This fifth volume contains all of his most acclaimed pieces of the past year including the famous Mad Curriculum Disease commentary on the National Curriculum.
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  • E.C. Wragg
Yet another sparkling selection of Wragg’s pungent polemic pieces. This fifth volume contains all of his most acclaimed pieces of the past year including the famous Mad Curriculum Disease commentary on the National Curriculum.

Price: £7.95

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Multiple Factors

Classroom Mathematics for Equality and Justice

  • Sharan-Jeet Shan
  • Peter Bailey
This book illustrates how current teaching methodology and school management and the bias in existing textbooks can and often does disadvantage black, working class and girl students, and how often this might be changed. The authors have gathered their mathematics from sources across the world and from a multiplicity of disciplines: from global statistics, from architectural principles and from art forms. They will keep students and their teachers fascinated, motivated and learning the mathematics that our technological age – and the national curriculum – demands. For in maths lessons the students are the Multiple Factors in the equation of the world’s economy, resources and growth.
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Classroom Mathematics for Equality and Justice

  • Sharan-Jeet Shan
  • Peter Bailey
This book illustrates how current teaching methodology and school management and the bias in existing textbooks can and often does disadvantage black, working class and girl students, and how often this might be changed. The authors have gathered their mathematics from sources across the world and from a multiplicity of disciplines: from global statistics, from architectural principles and from art forms. They will keep students and their teachers fascinated, motivated and learning the mathematics that our technological age – and the national curriculum – demands. For in maths lessons the students are the Multiple Factors in the equation of the world’s economy, resources and growth.

Price: £19.99

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Planning for School Development

  • Margaret Maden
  • John Tomlinson
Two of Britain’s foremost experts on educational administration analyse the practical implications of the 1988 Act and map out detailed strategies for its implementation by local education authorities and schools.
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  • Margaret Maden
  • John Tomlinson
Two of Britain’s foremost experts on educational administration analyse the practical implications of the 1988 Act and map out detailed strategies for its implementation by local education authorities and schools.

Price: £3.95

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Riches from Wragg

  • E.C. Wragg
The fourth and finest selection of Ted Wragg’s pungent polemics on the state of education in modern Britain. His most acclaimed pieces from 1989 are here and together the sum creates an impact even greater than the parts. Ted Wragg chronicles the educational history of our times with greater effect and vastly more entertaining than any scholar before him.
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  • E.C. Wragg
The fourth and finest selection of Ted Wragg’s pungent polemics on the state of education in modern Britain. His most acclaimed pieces from 1989 are here and together the sum creates an impact even greater than the parts. Ted Wragg chronicles the educational history of our times with greater effect and vastly more entertaining than any scholar before him.

Price: £7.95

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Social/Behavioural and Cognitive Development at 3-4 Years in Relation to Family Background

Technical Paper 7

  • Edward Melhuish
  • Kathy Sylva
  • Pam Sammons
  • Iram Siraj-Blatchford
  • Brenda Taggart
Technical Paper 7 of the EPPE Project series considers the relationship of social development and cognitive attainment to the range of variables available in the study that measure characteristics of the children, their parents, their family, their home and childcare history.
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Technical Paper 7

  • Edward Melhuish
  • Kathy Sylva
  • Pam Sammons
  • Iram Siraj-Blatchford
  • Brenda Taggart
Technical Paper 7 of the EPPE Project series considers the relationship of social development and cognitive attainment to the range of variables available in the study that measure characteristics of the children, their parents, their family, their home and childcare history.

Price: £8.50

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Playing Them False

Study of Children’s Toys, Games and Puzzles

  • Bob Dixon
The first-ever examination of children’s playthings, by the author of Catching them Young. Essential reading for parents, educators, and all concerned with the well being of our young.
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Study of Children’s Toys, Games and Puzzles

  • Bob Dixon
The first-ever examination of children’s playthings, by the author of Catching them Young. Essential reading for parents, educators, and all concerned with the well being of our young.

Price: £16.99

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Bullying in Schools

  • Delwyn P. Tattum
  • David A. Lane
The solutions offered independently by the contributors challenge the stereotype assumptions about bullies and victims and are essentially practical, suggesting strategies for establishing an ethos by which schools can become safe places for pupils, parents and teachers.
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  • Delwyn P. Tattum
  • David A. Lane
The solutions offered independently by the contributors challenge the stereotype assumptions about bullies and victims and are essentially practical, suggesting strategies for establishing an ethos by which schools can become safe places for pupils, parents and teachers.

Price: £18.99

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The Crisis of Redistribution in European Welfare States

  • Jean-Pierre Jallade
This book examines the redistribution efficiency of European welfare states, above all the income redistribution arising for social benefits (such as family allowances, pension systems, healthcare and unemployment compensation) and the taxes or contributions which finance them.
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  • Jean-Pierre Jallade
This book examines the redistribution efficiency of European welfare states, above all the income redistribution arising for social benefits (such as family allowances, pension systems, healthcare and unemployment compensation) and the taxes or contributions which finance them.

Price: £17.50

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The Black and White Media Book

  • John Twitchin
There is no doubt that television acts as a powerful image-maker of Black people both in Britain and overseas – an image that is generally though often subtly, disparaging. This book offers a comprehensive analysis of media representation of black people together with detailed examples of racial bias, and practical teaching strategies and references to material for teachers – and their trainers – for examining this bias in classrooms, staff rooms and colleges.
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  • John Twitchin
There is no doubt that television acts as a powerful image-maker of Black people both in Britain and overseas – an image that is generally though often subtly, disparaging. This book offers a comprehensive analysis of media representation of black people together with detailed examples of racial bias, and practical teaching strategies and references to material for teachers – and their trainers – for examining this bias in classrooms, staff rooms and colleges.

Price: £12.99

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