Monthly Archives: June 2014

some writings

Pat has recently written in other places about issues related to alternative education: (1) The Conversation. “It’s good TV, but most excluded boys can’t afford Mr Drew’s summer school” 13 May, 2014 (2) The Conversation “What lower truancy numbers don’t tell us about the children still missing class” June 4, 2014 (3) BERA Respecting Children and […]

consulting about quality

We have now completed sixteen case studies of alternative education provision across England, Northern Ireland, Wales and Scotland. We are also about to consult with some key stakeholders in the field – academics and alternative education providers. The literature review published here as blog posts, is the basis of the questions for this initial consultation. […]