Dr Chris Beighton examines the language used during the recent AUKUS security pact fall out.
Lockdown learning and commuter students
Dr Susan Kenyon reveals emerging findings from her research into the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on commuter students, and explains how the move to online learning removed some barriers to learning, but how it also presented new barriers, for some students.
Socially just education?
As students across the region sit the Kent Test, Dr Alan Bainbridge assess the evidence for and against a selective schooling system.
Online resources and Code Red for Humanity: the role of education
Dr Chris Beighton and Caroline Pestell explain how online learning resources should be approached, understood and used by teachers.
Language teaching after Covid-19: real world priorities
Dr Chris Beighton and India Rusbridge argue for a real world approach to learning languages which includes cultural content.
Our forgotten Children
Dr Jonathan Barnes & Catherine Carden discuss a government report that confirms white working-class pupils have been let down by the education system.
Why so surprised? A very brief history of sexual harassment in schools
Dr Chris Beighton explains why the recent Ofsted report into sexual harassment in schools is not a surprise.
Could there be more to learning a foreign language than rule-learning and word lists?
Sarn Rich responds to new proposals for teaching modern foreign language GCSEs in schools.
A chilling debate? Cultivating free speech on campus
Dr Chris Beighton discusses free speech in Higher Education.