Is there something in the Schooling & Culture journal that resonates / resists / resounds / repels ? If so, why not contribute up to 500 words / or a handful of images in response which will be featured on the Schooling & Culture website.
It could be narrative / analysis / poetic / first person / third person / a lesson plan / a review / an image – related to an aspect of the journal. Contributions will be featured anonymously on the front page of the website and collated into an online archive. There’s so much to say about education, so little time, this is an invitation to deepen the debate and strengthen the solidarity with short and sharp contributions
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