Crown House Publishing authors feature in Teach Secondary!

02 February 2018

Featured in this issue are:

David Didau - 'Kowledge is power - and depriving our most vulnerable young people of access to it in schools is a shameful betrayal.'

Vic Goddard - 'When the pressure is on, sometimes the most importnat thing you can do as a school leader is remember how not to be one ...'

Debra Kidd - 'How to teach in troubled times. The world can be a frightening place, says Debra Kidd - but great schools empower young people to change it.'

Phil Beadle - "Being controlled does not make people happy." 'No uniforms and first names for everyone... could Phil Beadle have found his version of education paradise at Christleton International Studio?'

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