Ruth Wareham Comments on OFSTED Warning Against Indoctrination
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Ruth Wareham, was approached by the Press Office to give her opinion on Amanda Spielman's recent speech to the Church of England Foundation for Education Leadership. You can read her statement here.
Adam Swift Publishes New Book
Faith and Schooling: Principles & Policies Co-PI, Professor Adam Swift, has co-authored a new book on the subject of educational goods and policy-making. The book, 'Educational Goods: Values, Evidence and Decision Making' was written together with Harry Brighouse (University of Wisconsin–Madison), Helen F. Ladd (Duke) and Susanna Loeb (Stanford). It brings together philosophy and social science to reimagine how values and evidence might be combined and applied in decision-making in education policy.
For further details on the book and where to buy it, click here.
Andrew Mason Publishes Article in Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy
FSPP Project Co- PI, Professor Andrew Mason, has published an article in Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy. The article, 'The critique of multiculturalism in Britain: integration, separation and shared identification' can be found here.
Matthew Clayton Publishes in Theory & Research in Education
More publishing success from Co-PI, Professor Matthew Clayton, who has co-written an article called 'What is the Point of Religious Education?' with David Stevens (University of Nottingham) for Theory and Research in Education. Available online soon
Ruth Wareham Writes for The Conversation
FSPP team member, Ruth Wareham, recently published an article on selective faith-school admissions policies for The Conversation website. The Conversation is an online platform which aims to publish news and analysis aimed at a general audience but authored by academics and other experts. You can read Ruth's article here.