28 September 2013

On a traditional and egalitarian education brand.

A few weeks ago, I posted about educational brands, arguing that one factor contributing to the poor quality of educational research and debate is the incomparability of the—often unstated—values implicit in different approaches to "education".

Today there is an interesting post by Andrew Old on The Echo Chamber re-blogging site, which is refreshingly explicit about its value-base and its approach to educational debates. It presents a useful model (introduced earlier in more detail here) to locate its own position.

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