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Brittle Britain: the hidden impacts of Brexit on our education system?

Published on: Author: Mark Murphy Leave a comment

Professor Anthony Finn, School of Education, University of Glasgow The United Kingdom’s narrow [1] vote to leave the European Union (Brexit) has led to consternation within the UK and across Europe, as different states have attempted to evaluate its impact and consider its implications. Although the triggering of Article 50 will initiate negotiations about the… Continue reading

Education, justice and democracy: The struggle over ignorance and opportunity

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[front image (c) Sebastien Wiertz] By Stephen Ball This is the name of a new report I wrote for CLASS, the Centre for Labour and Social studies, which was published in September 2013. Below is an edited extract from the report, the full version of which can be found here. Comments are welcome. Despite the… Continue reading