Some links

http://disgruntledteach.blogspot.com/2006/02/excerpts-from-incisive-unpublished.html
Unhelpful and excessively critical observations are also happening over the pond in the USA and note the positive responses to this BLOG

http://www.allvoices.com/contributed-news/2929116-disgruntled-teachers
A disillusioned and frustrated teacher lets off steam

http://www.mantleoftheexpert.com/studying/articles/MF%20-%20Alex%20Bloom%20-%20Pioneer%20of%20Radical%20State%20Education.pdf
Alex Bloom is one of the greatest figures of radical state education in Britain; he opened St George-in-the East on Cable Street in Stepney in 1945; it was way ahead of its time; follow the link to learn more

http://teachersupport.info/england/
Again, this site helps teachers through difficult times (money problems, bereavement, mental illness, stress etc.)

http://community.tes.co.uk/forums/96.aspx
TES ‘Workplace Dilemmas’ Forum

http://www.primaryreview.org.uk/
Don’t listen to the government! Find out what experts think about Primary Education

http://www.libed.org.uk/
Formed in 1966, Libertarian Education questions the underlying assumptions of ordinary schooling and seeks to promote democratic alternatives in order to liberate and empower the learner; a forum for information and debate.

http://www.localschoolsnetwork.org.uk/
Working constantly to analyse the very latest in the murky world of English state education; articles added nearly every day; if you want to know exactly how far down the privatisation route we’ve got then visit this website

http://sirkenrobinson.com/
Always ready to point out the absurdities and the flaws of mass schooling as we know it; he works hard to point out, as clearly as possible, that alternatives really are available to us, and they are probably more fun too!

http://www.authoritarianschooling.co.uk/index.php/home
David Gribble’s ‘Catalogue of Damage’ drawing attention to the many different ways that any school may work against rather than for the best interests of children

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One comment on “Some links

  1. unnamed says:

    wow! super!

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