Journal of the National Union of Teachers

 

 

Education Review is the journal of the National Union of Teachers (NUT) and is published twice a year. It has been published by the Education Publishing Company since December 2001.

Education Review contains between 15 and 20 articles per issue, of around 3,000 words each, written by leading academics, practitioners and other education leaders. It is written in an accessible style, and is of value to teachers as a continuous professional development tool as well as being of interest to others in education.

Each issue focuses on a particular subject. The following list gives details of those issues produced since EPC became publisher:

 

 

 

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Vol. 24 No.2 (Summer 2012)
Speaking Up for Schools
Vol. 24 No.1 (Winter 2011)
A New Vision for Education
Vol. 23 No.2 (Summer 2011)
Trusting Teachers: Taking Control of the Profession
Vol. 23 No.1 (Winter 2010)
Standing by public education: the international evidence
Vol. 22 No.2 (Summer 2010)
Schools and Communities: Responding to New Challenges and Opportunities
Vol.22 No.1 (Autumn 2009)
Education Without Failure

Vol.21 No.2 (Spring 2009)

Schools on the global stage

Vol.21 No.1 (June 2008)

Teaching in the future (produced with the Faculty of Education at the University of Cambridge)

Vol.20 No.2 (December 2007)

Valuing identity and diversity

Vol.20 No.1 (June 2007)

New directions home. The challenges and opportunities of modern childhood

Vol.19 No.2 (June 2006)

Beyond Yo – making a difference through dialogue

Vol.19 No.1 (December 2005)

Pupil behaviour and special education

Vol.18 No.2 (June 2005)

Professionalism today

Vol.18 No.1 (December 2004)

It’s good to talk

Vol.17 No.2 (June 2004)

Educating the whole child

Vol.17 No.1 (December 2003)

Schools at the heart of their communities

Vol.16 No.2 (June 2003)

All change: teaching in the future

Vol.16 No.1 (December 2002)

Innovation and autonomy

Vol.15 No.2 (June 2002)

A creative future

Vol.15 No.1 (December 2001)

Diversity and comprehensive education

Articles cover a wide range of subjects, from the work of the Cliff Richard Tennis Foundation in supporting school sport to the effects of dance on maths. Recent issues have covered how food promotion influences children, children's attitudes to reading, homophobia, meeting the needs of ethnic minority pupils, extended schools, changing assessment policies in Wales, attainment gaps between deprived and advantaged schools and why Finnish education tops the PISA list. Each issue includes a substantial book review section.Vol.21 No.1 (2008) is a special issue looking at teaching in the future, produced with the Faculty of Education at the University of Cambridge. The current issue (Vol.23 No.1, 2010) is a special issue looking at the international evidence supporting public education.


Back issues are available from EPC for Vol.15 onwards and from the NUT for earlier volumes.


For abstracts of articles published in Volume 24 (2011/12) click here. Abstracts

For abstracts of articles published in Volume 23 (2010/11) click here. Abstracts

For abstracts of articles published in Volume 22 (2009/10) click here. Abstracts

For abstracts of articles published in Volume 21 (2008/09) click here. Abstracts

For abstracts of articles published in Volume 20 (2007) click here. Abstracts

For abstracts of articles published in Volume 19 (2005/06) click here. Abstracts

For abstracts of articles published in Volume 18 (2004/05) click here. Abstracts

For abstracts of articles published in Volume 17 (2003/04) click here. Abstracts

For abstracts of articles published in Volume 16 (2002/03) click here. Abstracts




See also the NUT website at www.teachers.org.uk