Reviews: Institutions

3 reviews found for "Institutions"
Book review : Education policy in Britain
This is a book review of Education policy in Britain by Clyde Chitty, published by Palgrave Macmillan in 2009, ISBN 9780230222786. It was reviewed by Brian Poole of Sohar University (Oman) on behalf of ESCalate. This is a book steeped in both history and politics, its contents span the period from 1945 virtually up to the present day. It begins with a chapter on why education matters The following three chapters provide a potted history, moving...
Book review : Leadership : professional communities of leadership practice in post-compulsory education
This is a book review of Leadership : professional communities of leadership practice in post-compulsory education by Jill Jameson, published by ESCalate in 2008, ISBN 9781905788828. It was reviewed by Deborah Lee of Nottingham Trent University. This title is part of the ESCalate Discussions in Education series and explores professional communities of leadership practice in post-compulsory education. Sections of this pamphlet are titled: what is...
Book review : The great city academy fraud
This is a book review of The great city academy fraud by Francis Beckett, published by Continuum in 2007, ISBN 9780826495136. It was reviewed by Victoria Elliott of the University of Oxford on behalf of ESCalate. The Great City Academy Fraud is a wide-ranging critique of the Government’s flagship schools programme, beginning with an historical overview of the City Technology Colleges (CTCs) which the Labour Party criticised while in opposition....