For almost 60 years FORUM: for promoting 3-19 comprehensive education has been the pre-eminent focal point for topical and informed analysis - very often highly forthright and critical - of all aspects of United Kingdom government policy as it influences the education of children from primary through to higher education. FORUM vigorously campaigns for the universal provision of state-provided education, and seeks to identify and expose all attempts to overturn the gains of the past years. Every teacher, headteacher, administrator, parent, or governor should read this exciting publication.
Contributions are not drawn only from the familiar sources in universities and colleges, but also in large numbers from teachers, writing of their own experiences in the classroom.
That FORUM is an excellent means of keeping up-to-date with events within the education scene in Britain is born out by the fact that although, naturally, the vast majority of its readers are UK-based teachers and researchers, about 20% of all subscribers come from outside the UK.
FORUM is published three times a year in Spring, Summer and Autumn, those three issues constituting one volume. ISSN 0963-8253
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