Essays

Labour should make the History of the British Empire compulsory at GCSE

The Toothlessness of Everyday Experience – how powerful knowledge helps us to reject bullshit politics

Standardised Exams in a Fair Society

On the Western Front

Imagined Communities and Cultural Literacy

Zombie Grammars

The Radical Case for a Knowledge-Rich Curriculum

Towards a Theory of Transferable Knowledge: Helping Students to Build Meaningful Mental Shapes

Critiquing Christodoulou: why ‘Educational Equality’ in a Capitalist Society is like a reading room in a prison

Why Social Mobility is no sort of Social Justice

The Abuses of History: some steps towards avoiding distress in the History classroom

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