Category purpose of alternative education

mapping alternative education by programme or purpose

Here are two more ways to think about alternative education: Thomson and Russell (2007) took a programmatic approach to mapping alternative provision suggesting nine different foci  and approach. This chimes with that taken by OfSTED (2011). Each of these programmes might then be understood by duration, enrolment and location. Nature of programme Type of activity Examples […]

a typology of alternative education?

It is challenging to create some sense of order from the diversity of alternative education provision. When we go to national and international literatures we find three interesting points: (1)   The range of alternative education on offer in the UK is not dissimilar to that found in other places. (2)   Alternative education has existed alongside mainstream […]