Education for Liberation

Education for Liberation is the journal of the STA and the title given to our regular education conferences.

On this page we will post articles relating to education policy and practice.


1. Myths of Assessment
 by John Yandell, Institute of Education

2. Breaking Their Ambition – The Role of Ability Grouping in Creating Class Inequalities
by Jo Boaler, Professor of  Mathematics Education, Sussex University

3. Teaching about conflict: Why we should be teaching about Palestine

by Kiri Tunks, teacher, Tower Hamlets



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Understanding what Michael Gove is up to is essential if we are to confront his ideological attack on education.  160k v. 1 30 Oct 2012, 04:49 Alex Kenny
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Mike Rosen  39k v. 1 14 Oct 2012, 04:34 Alex Kenny
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Kiri Tunks reviews a new history of the 1888 Matchwomen's Strike and the lessons we can learn from it.   38k v. 1 14 Oct 2012, 06:41 Alex Kenny
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The row over GCSEs raises once again the question what purpose assessment should serve; John Yandell looks at what assessment is and what it might be.    59k v. 1 7 Oct 2012, 01:23 Alex Kenny
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  44k v. 1 9 Nov 2012, 05:45 Alex Kenny
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Martin Allen explains what lies behind Michael Gove's GCSE reforms  452k v. 1 7 Oct 2012, 01:26 Alex Kenny
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John Yandell takes issue with the government's notion of the role of the teacher and British values.  46k v. 1 14 Oct 2012, 04:36 Alex Kenny
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  53k v. 1 7 Nov 2010, 04:23 Alex Kenny
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Can one test serve many masters? John Yandell looks at the scandal of this summer's GCSE marking.  32k v. 1 7 Oct 2012, 01:26 Alex Kenny
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