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We’ve asked our blog reviewers to mix it up and recommend not their old favourites, but someone they’ve recently followed or who’s new to the edu-blogosphere. We think...
What should we teach? How can school progress be measured? What does outstanding leadership look like? These are deep, almost impossibly complex questions that have challenged educationists through...
Reviewer Jill Berry shares her top edu-blogs from the week   Disconnect in the classroom @effortfuledukatr A new blogger to me, Blake Harvard reflects on the relationship between...
I wouldn’t blame you for thinking this book is likely to be a dull read. Yet the title is right… passion is exactly what I experienced. Only ten...
Reviewer Harry Fletcher-Wood shares his top picks from the education blogosphere.   Just another lesson By Mark Enser Mark Enser has posted some excellent blogs recently, but I...
I’ll come clean; I want to see more robust educational research in the hands of anyone involved in making informed decisions about practice and policy. But there are...
Guest reviewer Iesha Small shares her top picks from the edu-blogosphere this week   Look up! The outdoors and mental health By @anitakntweets “This could easily be a...
‘Sexual intercourse began/In nineteen sixty-three’ says the Philip Larkin poem, and for Dr Andrew Reay, school leadership seems to have begun in 2009, when he became involved with...
Guest reviewer Andrew Old shares his top edu-blog picks from this week.   Citizenship By @grumpyteacher17 This post addresses the question of whether citizenship should be mandatory in...
In this book, Beadle argues from the position of a system-breaker and does so with a rage which can only suggest he feels like a genuine outsider. Reading...
Our guest review Jill Berry shares her top picks from the edu-blogosphere this week.   Being a Head of Faculty – A guide to a happy team By...
Most former headteachers, by the time they leave the profession, have at least one book in them. Barnaby Lenon, a veteran school leader, clearly had more than one...

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