Participatory Budgeting in Schools #2; Progressive Traditionalism?

At first glance, Participatory Budgeting would seem to fit snugly into the left-wing, child-empowering, progressive fold. At second glance, you might say that it sits equally well with the competition-driven Dragon's Den of standard neo-liberal Enterprise Education.  But, like Katharina Birbalsingh, Participatory Budgeting defies categorisation and, as such, could open a liminal space for a... Continue Reading →

Active Citizens; Cooperative Learning goes Community

Thank you to Inspector Noeleen Murrin and her entire team for today's #ActiveCitizens event to introduce the new funding process, and especially to all the delegates from the four wards of Perry Barr. With Cooperative Learning, the true resources are the participants, regardless of age or objectives. This event marks a new way of staging complex... Continue Reading →

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