This collection of essays focuses on the big issues in education. Many were embraced by Caroline Benn herself during her long and active life, such as the concept of inclusion, the campaign for comprehensive education, the need to fight for educational reform alongside social justice and equality, and a rejection of all attempts to pin harmful and outdated ability labels on children.
Jane Challice, Michael Armstrong, Ros George, Roy Hattersley, Janet Holland, Max Morris, Jenny Thewlis, Sally Tomlinson, Geoff Whitty. Pat Ainley, Glenn Rikowski, Clyde Chitty, John Clay, Chris Searle, Mike Cole, Andy Green, Maurice Plaskow
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About the Author
Melissa Benn, daughter of Caroline and Tony Benn, is a writer and journalist who contributes regularly to The Guardian and other national newspapers and magazines. Her books include Public Lives (a novel) and Madonna and Child:Towards a New Politics of Motherhood.
Tony Benn, born in London in 1925, is a former cabinet minister and Chairman of the Labour Party. He served as an MP for over fifty years and is the author of fifteen books, including his published diaries covering the period 1940–2001.
Clyde Chitty is Professor of Policy and Management in Education and Joint Head of the Department of Educational Studies at Goldsmith's College, University of London, UK