Citizenship education: confronting inequalities (part 1)

by Gary Walsh I recently attended the #NECE2019 conference – a yearly event organised by the NECE network (Networking European Citizenship Education). It took place at University of Strathclyde from 24-27 October. Live streamed recordings and other conference materials are available on the NECE website. I decided to write a summary of the key pointsContinue reading “Citizenship education: confronting inequalities (part 1)”

Character education and social justice

by Gary Walsh As character education continues to gain influence in educational policy in the UK and elsewhere, it becomes more and more important to ensure it receives adequate critique. Having worked in the field of character education and studied the research base for a number of years, I have concluded that the legitimacy ofContinue reading “Character education and social justice”