Professor Gary McCulloch
UCL Institute of Education, University College London
Gary McCulloch is the Brian Simon Professor of the History of Education at UCL Institute of Education, London. He is currently Vice-President and President-elect of the British Educational Research Association and Editor of the British Journal of Educational Studies. He is a past President of the UK History of Education Society and also a previous Editor of the international journal History of Education. His recent publications include Cyril Norwood and the Ideal of Secondary Education, The Struggle for the History of Education, International Perspectives on Veteran Teachers (with Miriam Ben-Peretz), Secondary Education and the Raising of the School Leaving Age (with Tom Woodin and Steven Cowan), and Education, War and Peace (with Georgina Brewis), and he has just completed a new book on the social history of educational studies and research.
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RT @cjbickerton Nice write up by @JonCruddas_1 on Judicial Power and the Left pamphlet in @NewStatesman with articles by @HelenHet20 Richard Tuck, myself and many others - well worth reading @Policy_Exchange twitter.com/JonCrudd…
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