Read Martin Illingworth's article in the latest issue of NATE: Teaching English

01 June 2021

In preparation for his new book Forget School, Martin Illingworth spent two years interviewing young people about their education and hopes for the future. Here, he suggests how English as a subject might adapt to meet their needs.

Read the full article here.

Written by Martin Illingworth, Forget School: Why young people are succeeding on their own terms and what schools can do to avoid being left behind is a wide-reaching, engaging enquiry into the things that young people actually need from their education. Schools are at a crossroads: either they respond to the real world of change, challenges and possibilities that face young people, or they become irrelevant. Find out more here.


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