Contesting educational reform: Teacher unions and Academy schools

John Macklin discusses research relating to the experiences of union and community-based campaigns that have sought to challenge the establishment of academy and free schools in England. Such schools are removed from local government control and are seen as a defining element of the neoliberal restructuring of public education. Macklin discusses research led by Howard Stevenson on Contesting educational reform: Teacher unions and Academy schools.


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