SPACES: Visualising Inclusion and Belonging – Collaborative residency at Tate Liverpool

This event involved a collaborative week-long residency during June 2018 in the Exchange Gallery Space and daily workshops in the Clore Learning Studio at Tate Liverpool.  The event built on the ‘Research in Special Education’ (RISE) project which involves staff from across the departments within the Faculty of Education. Spaces was designed to interactively explore […]

Congratulations Secondary Tutors!

Congratulations to Secondary Tutors who have recently published an article in The Educational Review titled “The moral frontiers of English education policy: governmentality and ethics within an alternative provision free school” The research provides a critical poststructuralist analysis of Conservative led free school policy in England.