Mainstream media has given much attention to both the youth movements on the climate crisis and the Black Lives Matter movement over recent years. Readers will doubtless be aware of how these two movements intersect, including through critiques of groups like Extinction Rebellion’s white middle class privilege, and the problematic nature of using a term like the Anthropocene to label this era.
By Katherine Aleynikova The more the teachers in a country are respected, the higher the academic results are amongst their… Read more Ranking respect: Can teacher status be compared across countries?
By Susan Robertson With the World Education Forum for 2019 just around the corner, I took a quick look at… Read more Can Big Data Bridge the Gap between Knowing and Doing?
By Susan Robertson As the minutes ticked down toward the final boarding call for my late evening train from London… Read more #ResNet: Wheeling and Dealing in Education and Global Trade Agreements
By Susan Robertson Framing Education in Economic Terms On more than one occasion I have felt a distinct sense of unease… Read more Recovering the political in the idea of education as a public good – and why this matters
Alternate Fridays 14:00-16:00 Easter term 2018: ‘Theorists from across the globe’ Donald McIntyre Building, Room 2S3, Faculty of Education Convened by: Arathi… Read more Theorising Race and Racism in Education: Easter Term 2018
By Susan L. Robertson Imagine you were located in a community, and used the human and natural resources of that… Read more Acts of Im(p)unity: A Tale About Education, Commercialisation and Current Trade Deals
By Arathi Sriprakash Issues of racism within the field of education and international development are rarely addressed directly, despite profoundly shaping… Read more Let’s talk about racism in education and international development