The latest issue of the SEA journal “Education Politics” has been published and can be accessed here https://socialisteducationalassociation.org/publications/. It contains some post election thoughts from the editor Martin Johnson, the General Secretary John Bolt and ATL’s Mary Bousted.
The main theme however is the curriculum – an issue that got very little attention in the Labour manifesto. The writers in this issue remind us, in different ways, that the narrow and out dated vision of the curriculum imposed in the last seven years needs to be challenged.Just as the Tories hark back to the ’50’s by seeking to restore selective schooling, so their approach to the business of learning is firmly rooted in the past.It’s time Labour owned the future by developing an approach to learning that meets the needs of our fast changing world.
not only will the site not allow me to comment, it will not allow me to reset my password though I hit reset password.
how do I break catch 22?
On 29 June 2017 at 12:11, Socialist Educational Association wrote:
> johnebolt posted: “The latest issue of the SEA journal “Education > Politics” has been published and can be accessed here https:// > socialisteducationalassociation.org/publications/. It contains some post > election thoughts from the editor Martin Johnson, the General Secretary J” >