Invisibly Blighted

The digital erosion of childhood

  • Sandra Leaton Gray
  • Andy Phippen
This book is a manifesto for a different digital future for children, in which their rights are respected and their identities are free. Aimed at anyone who has sensed the cultural shift in childhood currently taking place, this book helps readers think more deeply about what it means to be a child in the digital world today.
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The digital erosion of childhood

  • Sandra Leaton Gray
  • Andy Phippen
This book is a manifesto for a different digital future for children, in which their rights are respected and their identities are free. Aimed at anyone who has sensed the cultural shift in childhood currently taking place, this book helps readers think more deeply about what it means to be a child in the digital world today.

Price: £19.99

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Muslim Mothers and their Children’s Schooling

  • Suma Din
This book brings the voices of Muslim mothers into the discourse on parent–school relations. Over 50 women from a wide range of backgrounds and social class speak about their identities, experiences and challenges as they choose state schools and support their children through their education in Britain. Essential reading for teachers.
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  • Suma Din
This book brings the voices of Muslim mothers into the discourse on parent–school relations. Over 50 women from a wide range of backgrounds and social class speak about their identities, experiences and challenges as they choose state schools and support their children through their education in Britain. Essential reading for teachers.

Price: £24.99

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Equity, Trust and the Self-improving Schools System

  • Richard Riddell
Interviews with senior managers in schools, academy chains and regions indicate that the developing regional organization of schools is a more consistent context for reducing longstanding disparities in pupil attainment than the declining local authority systems it replaces. Long-term school partnerships can deal better with inequity in schooling.
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  • Richard Riddell
Interviews with senior managers in schools, academy chains and regions indicate that the developing regional organization of schools is a more consistent context for reducing longstanding disparities in pupil attainment than the declining local authority systems it replaces. Long-term school partnerships can deal better with inequity in schooling.

Price: £21.99

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Disengagement from Education

  • Lynne Rogers
This book examines disengagement from education among young people aged 11 to 19 and its long-term consequences, discussing how to prevent it and re-engage drop-outs in education.
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  • Lynne Rogers
This book examines disengagement from education among young people aged 11 to 19 and its long-term consequences, discussing how to prevent it and re-engage drop-outs in education.

Price: £21.99

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Creativity, Education and Society

Writings of Anna Craft

  • Anna Craft
This memorial volume of ten key writings by the late Anna Craft, chosen and introduced by her colleagues, illuminate five themes that illustrate the development of this important educationalist’s innovative ideas, including possibility thinking and creativity, wisdom and ethics.
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Writings of Anna Craft

  • Anna Craft
This memorial volume of ten key writings by the late Anna Craft, chosen and introduced by her colleagues, illuminate five themes that illustrate the development of this important educationalist’s innovative ideas, including possibility thinking and creativity, wisdom and ethics.

Price: £26.99

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What’s Wrong with Private Education?

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Everyone’s Future

Lessons from fifty years of Scottish comprehensive schooling

  • Daniel Murphy
  • Linda Croxford
  • Cathy Howieson
  • David Raffe
Comprehensive education began in the UK 50 years ago and, unlike in England, still commands widespread support in Scotland. This account of the Scottish system’s development, compared with elsewhere in the UK, shows how Scotland has benefited from an inclusive system of schooling and offers lessons for the future of education.
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Lessons from fifty years of Scottish comprehensive schooling

  • Daniel Murphy
  • Linda Croxford
  • Cathy Howieson
  • David Raffe
Comprehensive education began in the UK 50 years ago and, unlike in England, still commands widespread support in Scotland. This account of the Scottish system’s development, compared with elsewhere in the UK, shows how Scotland has benefited from an inclusive system of schooling and offers lessons for the future of education.

Price: £25.99

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Comprehensive Achievements

All our geese are swans

  • Tamsyn Imison
  • Liz Williams
  • Ruth Heilbronn
This book presents a portrait of a successful comprehensive school, between the years 1980 and 2000. It illustrates how education could be broad-based, holistic, and creative, enabling children to love learning and develop as all-round people, in addition to passing examinations.
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All our geese are swans

  • Tamsyn Imison
  • Liz Williams
  • Ruth Heilbronn
This book presents a portrait of a successful comprehensive school, between the years 1980 and 2000. It illustrates how education could be broad-based, holistic, and creative, enabling children to love learning and develop as all-round people, in addition to passing examinations.

Price: £23.99

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Silence in Schools

  • Helen E. Lees
The book describes and analyses how silence – cost-free and educationally significant – is used in certain schools to improve the students’ experience and learning. Awareness of silence, developed through meditation, quiet spaces and silent moments, enhances democratic and reflective practices and is a beneficial educational tool.
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  • Helen E. Lees
The book describes and analyses how silence – cost-free and educationally significant – is used in certain schools to improve the students’ experience and learning. Awareness of silence, developed through meditation, quiet spaces and silent moments, enhances democratic and reflective practices and is a beneficial educational tool.

Price: £21.99

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Are London’s schools meeting the needs of young people?

  • Kathryn Riley
This lecture proposes that high-achieving schools should receive financial incentives from the Government to take in the full ability range of students living in London.
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  • Kathryn Riley
This lecture proposes that high-achieving schools should receive financial incentives from the Government to take in the full ability range of students living in London.

Price: £5.00

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