For Spring 2020 we are planning a special issue on the method of Collective Memory-Work (CMW,
see: https://www.othereducation.org/index.php/OE/article/view/221). Please see description information for the call (in English and then, following, German).
Announcements can be submitted to the editors for consideration to be included here. Events, conferences and other news of interest to readers of Other Education are most welcome.
For Spring 2020 we are planning a special issue on the method of Collective Memory-Work (CMW,Read more about Call for papers- special issue on Memory Work as a form of education
New issue of Other Education -the journal of educational alternatives now out, including a special issue on education seen through lens of literature.Read more about Issue 7(2) 2018 now out!
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to see an updated privacy satement for Other Edcuation following changes to the law in the UK about the holding of personal data.Read more about GDPR privacy statement
DOSSIER – TAKING A CLOSER LOOK AT SUMMERHILL SCHOOL: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4VVtZy9vhzvWEdXZnJ0NUlmVXc/view
REVISTA HIPÓTESE, ISSN: 2446-7154, VOLUME 3, NÚMERO 2, 2017Read more about REVISTA HIPÓTESE New issue on Summerhill School
2016-04-25http://www.emerson.org.uk/blog/item/emerson-education-in-china Read more about alternative education in China
Follow this link for the book Considering Children: A parents’ guide to progressive education (1985) by David Gribble: http://www.davidgribble.co.uk/books/books-considering-children.htm
and to see other publications and information by David, who has long been a key player in the development of knowledge about alternative, democratically imbued education.Read more about David Gribble book for free download
2016-02-18http://www.smallacresschool.org/about.html Read more about democratic school: Peckam, London
French research network focused on alternative education:
https://www.cairn.info/revue-specificites.htmRead more about French research on alternative education
2015-11-10This is the baseline test handed to parents for reception children - tested age 4-5 in reception class in England. Alienating, useless, likely inaccurate (can 4-5 years do it right?) and lacking in any decent information that one might call educational. It says too little and what it does say is said badly. A good idea? Read more about Crock of test
Other Education is pleased to welcome Adam Jordan, Assistant Professor of Early Childhood/Special Education at The University of North Georgia, as Book Reviews Editor.
Thanks Adam for joining the team.Read more about New Book Reviews Editor
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