Progressive Education: Policy, Politics and Practice is an important series of books addressing the meaning and expanding understanding of progressive education in an international context, past and present. Its titles include case studies of schools and learning communities, individuals, and networks of influence, considering the meaning of progressivism in education from a variety of standpoints. Child-centred education, curricula, and pedagogical ideas are all covered in books that focus upon progressive alternatives to conventional approaches within and across different socio-political contexts. Single authored and edited volumes explore pockets of resistance, aspiration, hope and struggle with a purpose to foreground examples of debate, policy and practice, situated within a global perspective. Reimagining education for the twenty-first century, books in the series range across time, drawing from the experience of people whose voices have often been marginalised, to help shape the future.
Education through the Arts for Well-Being and Community The Vision and Legacy of Sir Alec Clegg
British Froebelian Women from the Mid-Nineteenth to the Twenty-First Century A Community of Progressive Educators
Educational Reform and Environmental Concern A History of School Nature Study in Australia
By Catherine Burke, Peter Cunningham, Lottie Hoare
August 01, 2022
Education through the Arts for Well-Being and Community examines Sir Alec Clegg’s distinctive contribution to education reform. Revisiting the significance of Clegg’s principles for education in the 21st century, the book investigates the impact of his innovative approach to education and his ...
By Amy Palmer, Jane Read
June 29, 2020
British Froebelian Women from the Mid-Nineteenth to the Twenty-First Century presents a series of critical case studies of individual women who worked and advocated for the cause of Froebelian and progressive pedagogy in Britain from the mid-nineteenth century until the present day. The book ...
By Dorothy Kass
March 05, 2019
A crucial component of the New Education reform movement, nature study was introduced to elementary schools throughout the English-speaking world in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Despite the undoubted enthusiasm with which educators regarded nature study, and the ambitious aims...
By Stewart Ranson
January 10, 2019
Education and Democratic Participation is an important and timely contribution to the emerging debate surrounding the value of educating citizens and communities in order to empower them to participate in democratic change. Responding to the effects of neo-liberal ideology on comprehensive ...
By Yoko Yamasaki, Hiroyuki Kuno
September 27, 2018
Educational Progressivism, Cultural Encounters and Reform in Japan provides a critical analysis of educational initiatives, progressive ideas and developments in curriculum and pedagogy in Japan, from 1900 to the present day. Drawing on evidence of both cultural encounters and internal drivers for ...