A Generation of Radical Educational Change

Stories from the field

Richard (University of Oxford, Uk) Roberts, Pring

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Beschreibung

Richard Pring is currently Professor of Education at Winchester University, UK, and waspreviouslyDirector of the Department of Educational Studies, University of Oxford, UK (1989-2003). Martin Roberts was appointed to the headship of The Cherwell School, Oxford, UK (1981-2002). At present, he is a member of the Academic Steering Committee of the Prince’s Teaching Institute.

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Einband Taschenbuch
Herausgeber Richard Pring, Martin Roberts
Seitenzahl 226
Erscheinungsdatum 30.11.2015
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-1-138-94191-5
Verlag Taylor & Francis Ltd.
Maße (L/B/H) 23.7/15.7/1.5 cm
Gewicht 394 g

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  • Contents Foreword Baroness Estelle Morris Background Section 1 – Introduction: Setting the Scene 1. History and Overview of Changes -1976 to 2014 Richard Pring and Martin Roberts 2. The Revolution Begins Kenneth Baker Section 2 – Schools: 3. The Early Years Wendy Scott 4. Primary Education: Can we escape the legacy of elementary education? Tony Eaude 5. Secondary Education 1976-2015: a shire county view Martin Roberts 6. A View from the Island – a very personal story Kenny Frederick Section 3 – Higher and Further Education: 7. Evolution of Teacher Training and Professional Development Richard Pring 8. The Evolving idea of a University Richard Pring 9. Vocational Education and Training’ Geoff Stanton Section 4 – Accountability, Examinations, Qualifications 10. Assessment – the ‘need to do nothing Tim Oates 11. Accountability and Inspection Pat O’Shea Section 5 – Reflection on Policy Matters 12. From "Optimism and Trust" to "Markets and Managerialism Tim Brighouse 13. Schools: a shifting landscape Margaret Maden 14. 1944-2015: Towards the Nationalisation of Education in England Peter Newsam Section 6 – Role of the Media 15. Peter Wilby: ‘Media and Education in the UK’ Education Correspondent; former editor, The New Statesman Conclusion: 16. Stories from the Field – Summarised Richard Pring and Martin Roberts 17. The Way Forward for the Next Generation Richard Pring Appendix Major Education Acts and Reports