Liberal Education 59 / General Educator 1

Marilyn Fairclough, 'Changing the image of General and Communication Studies'

John Adsley, 'Restart – ways out of unemployment'

Steve Brigley, Peter Coates, Homer Noble, 'Controversial versus taboo: where do teachers stand?'

Kathy Leander, 'Communication versus language: a comment on CPVE from an anti-racist perspective'

Liz Lindsay, 'Review: anti-racist science'

Richard Stone, 'Working visit to Nicaragua, 1986'

Don Carroll, 'Beware: incomptinence!'

Colin Waugh, 'Curriculum managers'

Sylvia Duffell, 'A marketing perspective on F.E.'

Barbara Crosbie, 'Stress in the new F.E. curriculum'

Peter Dean, 'Policy on higher education'

Liberal Education 60 / General Educator 2

John Adsley, 'Training for Employment: an analysis of the Government's New Training Strategy'

Mike Hopkins, 'Implications of the new F.E. for teachers and students'

Sylvia Jones, 'Women and new technology in a castle'

Barbara Crosbie, 'Stress in the new F.E. curriculum'

Robin Goddard, 'From General Studies to an entitlement core'

Peter Warren, 'Profiling Common Skills for BTEC National'

Richard Stone, 'Working visit to Nicaragua Winter 1986 (2)'

Colin Waugh, 'The usual reasons for leaving GS: how valid are they?'

Liz Knight, 'Is the future feminist?'

'Is there life after integration? A report on generalists' involvement in 'new' BTEC programmes'

Bernard Bucan, 'Beyond censorship: Clause 28 in context'

Jessica Pickard, 'Why media education?'

Roy Stafford, 'Media education: another General Studies story?'

Liberal Education 61 / General Educator 3

Graham Fowler, 'Limits to NVQ'

Graham Fowler & Steve Willoughby, 'The policy of relevance'

Ken Swallow, 'Strengthening a students' union: a case study'

Mike Hopkins, 'Education without tiers! Is it possible?'

Graham Fowler & Ken Swallow, 'Reviews'

Peter Dean, 'Association for Liberal Education Higher Education Committee annual report'

Richard Lingard, 'Conference review'

Barbara Crosbie, 'The Association for Liberal Education annual conference 1988'

Roy Stafford, 'Fighting Thatcher in the new era'

Julia Holland & Margaret O'Brien, 'Why oral history?'

Colin Waugh, 'Polytechnical education and vocational preparation'

Richard Stone, 'Working visit to Nicaragua, winter 1986: land or death

'NATFHE adopts new policy on General Education'

Liberal Education 62, General Educator 4

Iori Williams, 'Cedric Blackman and Vivian Ramsbottom: founders of A.L.E'

Elfreda Buckland, Beryl Harding, 'Cedric Blackman: further tributes'

Ken Swallow, 'Integrative assignments: where are we?'

Mike Hopkins, 'BTEC'

John Adsley, 'Staff development: our hope for the future?'

Sarah Holyfield, 'Young women and information technology'

Colin Waugh, 'Entitlement core: support the practice, clarify the concept!'

Jerry Thomas, 'General Studies in the entitlement curriculum'

Richard Stone, Working visit to Cuba, summer 1988'

Pam Sladek, 'Part-timers'

Colin Waugh, 'Gramsci's views on the teaching of logic'

Liberal Education 63 / General Educator 5

Iori Williams, 'Sufficient unto the working hours'

Anne Daniels, 'First encounters of the F.E. kind'

Mike Hopkins, 'The Education Reform Act: what it could mean for colleges?'

Vonda Golby & Ken Swallow, 'Reviews'

Colin Waugh, 'Why the NATFHE General Studies Section is changing its name'

Sandy Irvine, 'Environmental education: resources for a more radical approach'

Adrian Shaw, 'Southern African students at Tottenham'

Liz Jones, 'Speech to NATFHE conference 1989'

Don Carroll, 'The luxury of refusing or a paradigm of gaining?'

Glenys Atkinson & Gina Houston, 'Review: the politics of childhood'

Roy Stafford, 'Not the official version'

Richard Stone, 'Working visits to Cuba and Nicaragua, 1980s'

Colin Waugh, 'Vygotsky'

Liberal Education 64 / General Educator 6

Graham Clark, 'Didn't they have any vocational training? . . . or Is there life after E.R.A.?

Peter Dean, 'After Perestroika, Glasnost? Academic staff perceptions of the effects of restructuring at Hightown College of Higher Education'

Peter Pannett, 'ALE Conference July 1989, Sparsholt College, Hants'

Don Carroll, 'How mean(ingful) is your method?'

Roy Stafford, What every classroom needs? The VCR as a teaching resource'

Paula Allman & John Wallis, 'Education for socialism'

Colin Waugh, 'The Plebs League'

Mike Thompson, 'Decision-making: an introduction'

Richard Stone, 'El Salvador: the coming revolution (1)'

Roy Stafford, 'Video review: Matewan'

Dave Hill, 'Thatcherism, teacher education and the suppression of critical thought'

Liberal Education 65 / General Educator 7

Graham Clark, NVQ's scope: skills and competence objectives prohibiting education'

Mike Hopkins, 'Post 16 core: ALE response to National Curriculum Council'

Ken Swallow, 'Review: do you come here often?'

Gerard McElwee, 'Teaching controversial issues: a reflection'

David Crabtree, 'C.B.I. report – Towards a Skills Revolution'

Roy Watson, 'Ethics in a business studies context'

'Your views needed'

Colin Waugh, 'Paulo Freire's pedagogy of the oppressed (part 1)'

Richard Stone, 'El Salvador: the coming revolution (part 2)'

Roy Stafford, 'Shoot first – ask questions later: how not to buy a camcorder'

Don Carroll, 'Commitment, controversy and classroom control: drowning on the relationship'

Liberal Education 66 / General Educator 8

Mike Hopkins, 'Post 16 core: quite good so far'

Rupert McNeil, 'Towards a Skills Revolution – a reply to David Crabtree's article on the report of the CBI vocational and training task force'

Ken Swallow, 'Wilting poets'

Mike Hopkins, 'Enhancing self esteem'

Colin Waugh, 'The core: what should the Section do?'

Derek Munton, 'The concept of key technologies and the development of interdisciplinary assignments'

Steve Bond, 'Myles Horton, 1905-1990'

Colin Waugh, 'Paulo Freire's pedagogy of the oppressed (part 2)'

Glenys Atkinson, 'Review: White Lion Free School'

Gerard McElwee, 'Review: assessing radical education'

David Eadson, 'Review: relearning mathematics'

Richard Stone, 'Honduras – a growing indignation of the people (part 1)'

Liberal Education 67 / General Educator 9

Mike Hopkins, 'A bridge to nowhere'

Mike Hopkins, ' Bridging the core'

Peter Dean, 'Catchwords of our time'

Ken Swallow, 'Drama and truth'

Mary Heslop, 'Competence, entitlement and the post-16 core'

Caroline Benn, 'Comprehensive reform after 16: starting as we mean to go on'

James Avis, 'Some reflections on the core curriculum'

Diana Blofeld, 'Literacy work in the Philippines'

Gerard McElwee, 'Review: assessing Conservative education policy'

Steve Bond & Annie Neligan, 'Learning about Ireland and ourselves'

Pat Isiorho, 'Racial awareness in the classroom'

Paul Holmes, 'Whatever happened to Liberal Studies?'

Colin Waugh, 'The ALE up to 1980: lessons for the Section in the 1990s'

Richard Stone, 'Honduras – a growing indignation of the people (part 2)'

Liberal Education 68 / General Educator 10

Letters to the editor (Ken Jones & Ray Honeyford) / editor's reply

Mary Heslop, 'Media Monitoring: topical items from the Times Educational Supplement'

Martin Francis, 'Opting out update'

Mike Hopkins, 'BTEC changes'

Peter Dean, 'Whoosht!'

Margaret Baumann, 'Continent no longer isolated'

General Studies Workshop, 'Should we be for a common core?'

Paul Oliver, 'The concept of ethnocentrism'

Pat Isiorho, 'Racism on the shelves'

Colin Waugh, 'Why Section members should take part in the Socialist Movement'

Paul Holmes, '(The battle for) Media in the curriculum'

Richard Stone, 'The elections in Nicaragua and beyond -1990'

Mary Heslop, 'Review 1'

Colin Waugh, 'Review 2'


General Educator 11 (July-August 1991)
Michael Cohen/Colwyn Williamson: Letter
Mary Heslop: Media monitoring
Des Halestrap: Even educated fleas do it: one lecturer's thoughts on profiling
Colin Waugh: Why the core is not dead
Birmingham NATFHE Liaison Committee: On the White Paper 'Education and Training for the 21st Century: keep colleges local
Jim Smith: Communication and language
Graham Clark: The death of liberal education
Paul Holmes: Open learning: an educational Trojan horse (part 1)
Richard Stone: Nicaragua - February 1991 - One year on!
General Educator 12 (September-October 1991)
Mary Heslop: News update
Colin Waugh: The White Paper
Des Halestrap: Can we have a computer game, sir?
Paul Holmes: Open Learning: an educational Trojan horse (part 2)
 James Avis: Teaching and learning
Richard Stone: A quiet night in Manchester (part 1)
Jim Smith: Review: Swansea
Colin Waugh: Review: the waning of curricular Thatcherism?
General Educator 13 (November-December 1991)
Mary Heslop: News update
David Crabtree: The White Paper Education and Training for the 21st Century
Sybil Lavin: The CROSSMAPS project
Richard Hatcher: Labour's education policy
David Crabtree: Institutional equal opportunities policies: how effective are they?
Gerard McElwee: Is flying a quality kitemark enough?
Richard Stone: A quiet night in Manchester (part 2)
General Educator 14 (January-February 1992)
Colin Waugh: News update: September-November 1991
David Crabtree: Training and Enterprise Councils - tensions and contradictions
Martin Allen et al: New direction for education: what a Labour government should do
H. Carman: New directions for old? The alternative education charter
Jacob Friedman: An example of humane studies as an element within liberal studies
Pat Isiorho: The importance for white children of black history in the curriculum
Roy Stafford: Joining the priesthood? Vocational media education
Helen Tucker: The not-so-hidden curriculum
Richard Stone: The people of El Salvador: toward victory!
General Educator 15 (March-April 1992)
Keith Sellars: Into thy hands: a personal reflection on national developments in the education of adults
Mary Heslop: News update: December 1991 - February 1992
SAFE Campaign: The FE bill: save adult and further education
Janet Ash: Why adult basic education?
Don Carroll: Feeling like a manager
Colin Waugh: Media Education and General Education: what is really at stake?
David Crabtree: Vocational education and training and Britain's economic performance: part1: restructuring or retexturing?
David Crabtree: Government plans for post 16 education in chaos
Richard Stone: Costa Rica - troubled times
Des Halestrap/Graham Mustin: Letters
General Educator 16 (May-June 1992)
Mary Heslop: News - February-March
David Crabtree: Vocational education and training policy and Britain's economic performance: part 2: Fordism, post-Fordism and neo-Fordism
Len Arthur: Quality: a possible NATFHE view
Des Halestrap: A very wonderful time of my life
Jacob Friedman: Two examples of media education within liberal studies
Colin Waugh: Review: how can we get the 'intellectuals' we need?
Richard Stone: Central and Latin America: the 1990s
General Educator 17 (July-August 1992)
Derek Munton/Peter Glasgow/Harry Cameron/Don Carroll: Some comments by members of the NATFHE General Education Section's committee on how they expect the election result to affect their area of General Education
Colin Waugh: News: March-May 1992
Sue Thomas: Corporate colleges mean jobs slaughter!
Colin Waugh: Classroom discussion and the election result: how they are connected and what we need to do
Teresa Murray: Farewell to CPVE
David Crabtree: Vocational education and training
Jacob Friedman: An example of philosophy within liberal studies
Des Halestrap: Oral history goes to college
Richard Stone: Nicaragua 1992
General Educator 18 (September-October 1992)
News - June-July 1992
James Avis: Post-Fordist idylls: whither education?
Colin Waugh: GNVQ - work and education
Andrew Hughes: Review - the story of gardening
Des Halestrap: Quality and equality: why post 16 education must have both! What practitioners and activists can do!
Kerin Burke: Adult education
Avtar Singh Jouhl: Indian Workers' Association
Richard Stone: Politics of third world development
General Educator 19 (November-December 1992)
News - August-September 1992
Steve Bond: Double dare in Derry: adult educators try to bridge north/south divide
Colin Waugh: Racism in white students: how it relates to general education
Anne Kelleher: A measured glance at the situation in Northern Ireland
Jacob Friedman: Liberal studies and science students - 1. Discussion of maturity
Kerin Burke: Review
Richard Stone: Honduras 1992
Iori Williams: Letter
General Educator 20 (January-February 1993)
News - October-December 1992
Ian Duckett: Appraisal: making it what it claims to be
Liz Spilman: 'Incorporation: organising for valid General Education'
Colin Waugh: The Section's 'Where we stand' statement: will it be relevant under incorporation?
Don Carroll: Assessing NVQs: outcome lust - cut price apocalypse
Richard Stone: Central and Latin America: prevailing conditions and recent initiatives
Jacob Friedman: Liberal studies and science students - 2. Religion
Writing for General Educator: guidelines
General Educator 21 (March-April 1993)
News - December 1992-January 1993
Core Skills and GNVQs update
Brett Kerton: Open College Networks: new opportunities
Colin Waugh: Pat Fahey
David Crabtree: Dyslexia: is it just a case of poor spelling?
Jacob Friedman: Liberal studies and science students - 3. Hippies, religion and drugs
Colin Waugh: Review
Richard Stone: Argentina (December 1992)
General Educator 22 (May-June 1993)
News Update: February-March 1993
Colin Waugh: Incorporation: results and prospects
AGM decisions 20/2/93
Ian Duckett/Francis Bove: For a real student centred learning
Teresa Murray: General Education and incorporation: what practitioners can do
Colin Waugh: Incorporation and General Education
Patrick M. Doherty: Ireland: reply to Anne Kelleher
General Studies Workshop on Ireland
Richard Stone: Nicaragua - January 1993
General Educator 23 (July-August 1993)
News update: March-May 1993
Bernadette Collins: GNVQs NVQs and Core Skills
GNVQ franchising - a health warning
Bernadette Collins: GNVQ Level 1 - will there? won't there?
Official responses to Section AGM motions on GNVQs
Andrew Hughes/Joan Wainwright: BTEC Art and Design: General Education elements
Prison education
Don Carroll: Quality: do you want it good or do you want it Thursday?
Curriculum development and open learning
Assessor awards and 'qualified lecturer' status
Colin Waugh: General Education and Adult Basic Education under incorporation: the struggle within study support
Derek Munton: Training for worth
Claudia Noel: Ethnic minority parents' use of libraries
Richard Stone: Drug trafficking
General Educator 24 (September-October 1993)
News update: June-July 1993
Len Arthur: HE - let's get tough
Geraldine Thorpe/Patrick Brady: Victory at Swansea - Lessons of the Swansea case
Colin Waugh: Towards a rank and file linkup
Don Carroll: Marketing your methods: avoiding market farces
Gary Taylor: Socialism and education: Saint-Simon
Colin Waugh: 'What sort of education do school students need?' A framework for discussion
Richard Stone: Brazil
General Educator 25 (November-December 1993)
Colin Waugh: Dick Jones, 1944-1993: socialist, union activist, General Education teacher
News update: August-October 1993
GNVQs and Core Skills (BTEC)
Chris Richards: Who are WE(A)?
Section survey of General Education practitioners
Liz Spilman: Meno: looks like another case for the General Education Section
David Crabtree: Credit accumulation and transfer
Gary Taylor: Socialism and education: Fourier (part 1)
Andrew Hughes: Quality: making it happen inside a college
Colin Waugh: Review: class and skill
Richard Stone: Ecuador 1993
General Educator 26 (January-February 1994)
News update: October-December 1993
Fight the racist attack on Black students' course! End victimisation of Black course leader!
More on GNVQ
Derek Munton: GNVQ=getting nowhere very quickly
Sue Taylor: General Education: death or metamorphosis
David Pavett: Can real studies ever be general?
Colin Waugh: Some weaknesses in David Pavett's case against 'general studies'
Gary Taylor: Socialism and education: Fourier (part 2)
Judith Banbury: BBC continuing education television
Pat Ainley: letter
General Educator 27 (March-April 1994)
News update: December 1993-February 1994
Brian Gee: Managing GNVQ: a cross-college approach
Janette Edwards: Core Skills and GNVQs
Martin Allen: School curriculum review: another twist
Eric Saunders: Counselling and student services
Kingsmead Support group: First they came for the good headteachers . . .
Don Carroll: NVQ=not very qualified?
Jessica Pickard: Academic=bad, vocational=good?
Colin Waugh: NCVQ: should we side with Professor Smithers?
Gary Taylor: Socialism and eduction: Owen and New Lanark
Richard Stone: Vietnam, January 1994
General Educator 28 (May-June 1994)
News update: February-April 1994
Ian Duckett: The trials of TEFL or 14 pitfalls for the summer school teacher
Jill Francis/Liz Walters/Brian Gee: Section conference 5/3/94: Core Skills and GNVQ - is there space for critical education?
Geraldine Thorpe/Pat Brady: The commercialisation of further and higher education?
Pat Ainley: Education, training and democracy
David Robinson: Neither Jessup nor Smithers!
Gary Taylor: Socialism and education: Owen and Owenism
Colin Waugh: Towards an education linkup
General Educator 29 (July-August 1994)
News update: April-June 1994
Conference fringe meeting: the NCVQ debate
Derek Munton/Teresa Murray: Lesson: the unhappy grease monkey
NATFHE General Studies Section: Assessment: what we said
Sandy Irvine: Good earth-keeping?
Peter Glasgow: Interview with a practitioner - Frank Mellon
Colin Waugh: Socialism and education - 'utopian' education, state education and workers' self-education
Richard Stone: Vietnam: housing
General Educator 30 (September-October 1994)
News update: June-August 1994
Brian Gee: Managing GNVQ: a role for project management
Don Carroll: Lesson - thinking critically
Jan Koene: FE in crisis: what needs to be done
Colin Waugh: Interview with a practitioner - Lauri Say
Vikki Smith: GNVQ Business: new courses, new issues?
General Educator 31 (November-December 1994)
News update: August-October 1994
Towards a saner 16-19 system
Derek Munton/Teresa Murray: Is Smithers right after all?
Avtar S. Jouhl: The dilemma in TU education
Harry Cameron: Lesson - thinking critically: transport policy and social inequalities
Colin Waugh: Interview with a practitioner - Jo Betts
Richard Stone: Education in Vietnam today
Colin Waugh: What sort of Problem Solving do we need?
General Educator 32 (January-February 1995)
News update: October-December 1994
Colin Waugh: Why we need a real rank and file
Kathy Baker/Dan Taubman/Ken Jones/Teresa Murray: 14-19 education: the way forward
Margaret Baumann: Bloody foreigners!
Shobi Warwick: How schools exclude black children
Gary Taylor: Socialism and education: 7. Marx and Engels
Defend Liz Knight!
General Educator 33 (March-April 1995)
News update: December 1994-February 1995
Teresa Murray: Section 14-19 conference 19/11/94: summary of comments by floor speakers
BTEC's GNVQ/National Diploma bombshell: full text of letter
Colin Waugh: Interview with practitioners - Arthur Billington and Kitty Howarth
Stop the redundancies at Southwark and Hackney!
Don Carroll: MCI=making the curriculum irrelevant
Sue Taylor: Gender issues in unions
Colin Waugh: Lesson - disgusting foods
Gary Taylor: Socialism and education: 8. The German Ideology
John Akker: Letter
General Educator 34 (May-June 1995)
Geraldine Thorpe/Pat Brady/Steve Bond: Letters
News update: February-April 1995
Ray Ferris: Southwark strikers force management climbdown
Steve Bond: 'Making connections' - report on an unusual and exciting adult education event
14-19 education: towards a saner system
Teresa Murray: Lesson - trades union representation in the workplace
Don Carroll: Thinking value, adding critically
Colin Waugh: Needed: a movement for valid Core Skills
General Educator 35 (July-August 1995)
Letter from the editors
News update: April-June 1995
Colin Waugh: CONEL: why A-levels must stay at Tottenham
CAFAS news: the Majid case
Martin Allen: 14-19 issues, the Dearing Report and the NUT
Ian Duckett: Lesson - reading between the lines
Sue Taylor: Are young Asians 'between two cultures'?
Colin Waugh: Interview with a practitioner - Bernadette Collins
Gary Taylor: Socialism and education: 9. Marx on education, industry and the fall of capitalism
General Educator 36 (September-October 1995)
News update: June-August 1995
Ian Duckett: Core Skills
CONEL update: Governors go ahead with Tottenham centre A-level cut
Roy Stafford: Watch out for SCAA
Colin Waugh: Interview with a practitioner - Shobi Warwick
Don Carroll: Feedback is food?
Colin Waugh: Lesson - 'mind' and 'matter'
Colin Waugh: Problem solving: a model
General Educator 37 (November-December 1995)
News update: August-October 1995
Integrating environmental education
Europe Singh: FETV
Teresa Murray: Lesson - case study: Leisure and Tourism
Colin Waugh: Interview with a practitioner - Graham Mustin
Education: towards a valid concept 1. Mary Wollstonecraft
Colin Waugh: Professor Smithers' attack on Core Skills: is he right?
General Educator 38 (January-February 1996)
News update: October-December 1995
West Kent: 'Yours in a hell of a battle . . .'
Martin Allen: The NUT's Road to Equality
Alan Smithers: Core Skills
Bernadette Collins: Lesson - library search
Colin Waugh: Interview with a practitioner - Maggie Reeves
Education: towards a valid concept 2. Ngugi wa Thiong'o
Don Carroll: Contract killing
General Educator 39 (March-April 1996)
News update: January-February 1996
Rotherham NATFHE members fight to save their jobs and their college
Bolton strike ends in defeat for management
West Kent fight goes on
Campaign for Free Education
Core Skills in the Capey and Beaumont reports
Jan Pollock: Challenging oppression: teaching history for Fresh Horizons
James Avis: Progressive practice, markets and managerialism
Education: towards a valid concept: 3. Jamaica Kincaid
Colin Waugh: Lesson: GNVQ discussion assessment - engineering
Alec Turner: General education and core skills
Colin Waugh: Core Skills: comments on some of the points raised by Robinson, Smithers and Turner
General Educator 40 (May-June 1996)
News update: February-April 1996
Teresa Murray: Mid Kent redundancies struggle
Pat Brady and Geraldine Thorpe: Dearing and the commercialisation of HE
Judith Banbury: The Internet and FE: blind data?
Colin Waugh: Interview with a practitioner - Teresa Murray (1)
Education: towards a valid concept 4. Kevin Harris
Bernadette Collins: Lesson - working with others
Sue Taylor: How to support dyslexic students
Don Carroll: Managing upwards
Gary Taylor: Socialism and education: 10. William Godwin (part 1)
General Educator 41 (July-August 1996)
News update: April-June 1996
All-out, indefinite strike at Soundwell
North East London: staff and community face the biggest cut anywhere
Colin Waugh: Dearing's concept of Core Skills
Education: towards a valid concept 5. Manning Marable
Colin Waugh: Interview with a practitioner: Teresa Murray (2)
Colin Waugh; Lesson - assignment: new technology in a workplace
Graham Mustin: Review: Communication Studies
Keith Venables: Review - the comprehensive gold standard
Gary Taylor: Socialism and education: 11. William Godwin
General Educator 42 (September-October 1996)
Colin Waugh: Urgent: request for support
News update: June-August 1996
Pat Walsh: Accrington and Rossendale: 340 part time lecturers sacked
Barry Lovejoy: All out on 15th October!
Jan Pollock: Making the least of the great jewel robbery?
Martin Allen: Labour Policy: Aiming Higher or Dearing Mark 2?
Len Arthur and Elizabeth Lawrence: Perspectives for union work in Higher Education: a discussion document
Education: towards a valid concept 6. Albert Hunt
Derek Munton: Lesson - rational decisions
Ian Duckett: Core Skills in the USA
Don Carroll: The orgy of 'OrgFE'
General Educator 43 (November-December 1996)
News update: September-October 1996
National strike in budget week: all out on 28th November
Colin Waugh: Interview with a practitioner - Brian Gee
Barnsley College communication Team: Lesson - buying a house
Claire Fox: Whatever happened to education, education, and education?
Review: GNVQ Media
Colin Waugh: Socialism and education: 12. Marx and Engels' concept of education
Education: towards a valid concept 7. John McIlroy
General Educator 44 (January-February 1997)
Editorial: Steps towards rebuilding an active Gen. Ed section in NATFHE: comments needed
News update: October-December 1996
Pat Walsh sacked on 20/12/96
FE cuts in Hackney: turn the anger into action
Roy Stafford: Media meltdown
Pat Ainley: The crisis in post 16 education
Dave Hill: Brief autobiography of a bolshie dismissed
Stephen Nash: Problems in vocational training
Education: towards a valid concept: Westergard and Resler; Baran
Colin Waugh: Lesson - problem solving: logic exercise
General Educator 45 (March-April 1997)
News update: January-February 1997
Liz Lawrence: The Accrington victimisation: national solidarity needed now
16-19 education and training: how Labour could bring sanity into the system
Ian Duckett: Lesson - international relations assignment
Colin Waugh: Interview with a practitioner: Dave Peggs
Peter Murry: Review - women's studies
Roy Stafford: Review - GNVQ Media
Nelson and Colne dispute can be won!
General Educator 46 (May-June 1997)
News update: March-April 1997
Ian Duckett: Key Skills update
Robin Parrish: Southwark NATFHE on all-out strike to defend education
Peter Murry: Victimisations at London Guildhall University
Dave Welsh: The South Thames March action
Liz Lawrence: NATFHE and the anti-union laws
Colin Waugh: 16-19: what we should be demanding and organising for
Education: towards a valid concept 9. CCCS Education Group
Jackie Waters: Application of number: processing the results of a questionnaire
Dave Peggs: Review - media
General Educator 47 (July-August 1997)
News update: April-June 1997
Two of Guildhall four reinstated
Southwark College: lecturers return to work
Liz Lawrence: Breaking down binary divides
Colin Waugh: Lesson- spelling
Education: towards a valid concept 10. Paulo Freire
Don Carroll: Dire struts
Roy Stafford: Review - Brian Dutton's The Media
Colin Waugh: The Nut core: towards a virtual Labour College
General Educator 48 (September-October 1997)
Martin Allen: Letter
News update: June-August 1997
Liz Lawrence: A first look at the Dearing report
Campaign for Free Education: The case for free education
Education: towards a valid concept 11. David Robins and Philip Cohen
Colin Waugh: Lesson - fitness centre assignment
Southwark College NATFHE coordinating committee: Could the strike have won?
Paul Cooper: How not to lead a strike
General Educator 49 (November-December 1997)
News update: September-October 1997
John Giddins: Sacked and struggling in Doncaster
Zoe Hardy: John Giddins: your support needed now
Susan Bender: Employers' responsibility for training
Claire Fox: The dumbing down of higher education
Colin Waugh: Some issues we face
General Educator 50 (January-February 1998)
Rebuild the Section!
Andrew Perchard: Letter
News update: November-December 1997
Peter Murry: The Kilburn industrial tribunals: a dismal saga
Clara Donnelly/Francis Beckett/Anita Goldsmith: Education Beyond 16 conference report
Colin Waugh: Lesson - reasoning and presentation: proverbs
Martin Allen: The Government's approach to 16-19 qualifications: how much of it can we support?
Alec Turner: GNVQ and access to higher education
General Educator 51 (March-April 1998)
Stephen Nash: Letter
News update: December 1997-February 1998
John Giddins on college governance and management: Pat Ainley/Peter Murry/Jan Pollock: The 'dumbing down' discussion
Dave Lipka/Linda Dye: Lesson - Understanding audience
Kathy Egan: Maybe General Studies wasn't so bad after all!
Colin Waugh: What kind of education do we need?
Don Carroll: review - the business of learning
General Educator 52 (May-June 1998)
News update: February-April 1998
Pat Ainley: Individual learning accounts
Peter D. Ashworth and Liz Lawrence: Technical rationality in higher education
Richard Simpson: Review - struggles for justice
Colin Waugh: Dumbing down, de-skilling and Key Skills
Colin Waugh: Lesson - problem solving: maze
John Potter: Citizenship and learning through community service
General Educator 53 (July-August 1998)
News update: April-June 1998
Cricklade: sleaze-ridden managers target branch officers
Croydon: defend trade union rights!
Towards real lifelong learning
Ian Duckett: Lesson - what's the big idea?
Colin Waugh: Citizenship, comradeship, democracy and Working With Others
General Educator 54 (September-October 1998)
Colin Waugh: Why we need a NATFHE Key Skills Section
Jan Pollock: Letter
News update: June-August 1998
Caroline Benn: The campaign for comprehensive education beyond 16
Colin Waugh: Lesson - Art and Design
Colin Waugh: Review - dialectics
Diane hunter: Review - psychology
Steve Bond: Hope Valley College 40 years on
Education: towards a valid concept: 12. Robert H. Thouless
General Educator 55 (November-December 1998)
News update: August-October 1998
Croydon update
Remission struggle at North West London
Cricklade: action needed by all branches
Education: towards a valid concept 13. Frantz Fanon
Colin Waugh: Lesson - democratic procedure in meetings
Terry Hyland: Key Skills, chimeras and general education
Anne Hudson: Time to work towards our own, alternative national curriculum
Colin Waugh: Alison Wolf's TES article: is Key Skills really the rotten core that could kill GNVQs?
General Educator 56 (January-February 1999)
Martin Allen: Letter
News update: November-December 1998
Ken Bone/Dave Welsh: FE and PFI: yet another step towards privatisation?
Alex McEwen/Carol McGuinness/Damian Knipe: Comparing teaching and learning in A-levels and advanced GNVQs
Colin Waugh: Lesson - tackling one form of racism by training students to reason
Education: towards a valid concept 14. John Holt
Don Carroll: Doctoring learning (1)
General Educator 57 (March-April 1999)
News update: December 1998-February 1999
MANCAT: round one to the union
UNL and the contract from hell
Dave Lipka: Lesson - 'win as much as you can'
General Studies Workshop: Who will educate the guardians?
Pat Ainley: Key skills or key knowledge?
Colin Waugh: Why we should work for the return of FHE to the public sector under democratic control
Martin Jones: Research: assessing the Training and Enterprise Councils
Education: towards a valid concept 15. Henry Giroux
Don Carroll: Doctoring Learning (2)
General Educator 58 (May-June 1999)
Alison Wolf: Letter
News update: March-April 1999
Jo Betts: Halton (part 1)
Derek Munton: Lesson - the zebra crossing: an in-tray exercise
Sue Taylor: Welcome to the Internet
Ian Duckett: Working for a valid Key Skills in Lithuania
Colin Waugh: Problem solving: a bibliography
Don Carroll: Doctoring learning (3)
Education: towards a valid concept 16. James Baldwin
General Educator 59 (July-August 1999)
News update: May-June 1999
Peter Murry: Letter
Jan Pollock: Will lifelong learning work?
Jo Betts: Halton (part 2)
Martin Allen: New Labour's post 16 policy
Peter Murry: The ripples spread out and the stone sinks without trace?
Sherry Hallmond: Why don'' we have key skills insport?
Don Carroll: Doctoring learning (4)
Education: towards a valid concept 17. Antonio Gramsci
Colin Waugh: Lesson - action planning
General Educator 60 (September-October 1999)
Pat Ainley: Letter
News update: June-August 1999
John Fernandes: Lessons of the Stephen Lawrence inquiry for NATFHE and other TUs
Don Carroll: Doctoring Learning (5)
Colin Waugh: Problem solving: does Vygotsky's model fit logic problems?
Colin Waugh: Lesson - logic problem: engineering stores
General Educator 61 (November-December 1999)
News update: August-October 1999
Sheffield College NATFHE Coordinating Committee: Proper education not cheap imitation!
Instructor grades - the new management offensive
Colin Waugh: Blair's post 16 agenda: what we should try to win instead
Barnsley College Communication Team: Lesson - communication: directions
Gill Evans: Whistleblowing in further and higher education
Don Carroll: Doctoring learning (6)
General Educator 62 (January-February 2000)
News update: November-December 1999
Senior managers and public funds
Colin Waugh: Review - Learning Policy: a powerful indictment - but what role is the working class to play?
Kwame Glevey: Thinking
Colin Waugh: Lesson - notetaking using a passage from The Autobiography of Malcolm X
Kate Foster: Schools for socialism - Bolsheviks and education
General Educator 62 (March-April 2000)
News update: January-February 2000
Sheffield struggle continues within New Labour test-bed
Liz Lawrence/Sarah Shooter/John Giddins: Post 16 education: whose agenda?
Colin Waugh: Lesson - art and design: group critique
General Studies Workshop: Why the section must succeed
Elli Kwame Glevey: Rethinking teaching thinking
General Educator 64 (May-June 2000)
News update: February-April 2000
'I was only joking' says principal
Colin Waugh: Lesson - traffic hazards exercise
Don Carroll: Measurement and knowledge workers
Douglas Holly: The meaning of 'competence'
Colin Waugh: What are Learning and Skills Councils really for?
General Educator 65 (July-August 2000)
Sweeney's review threatens Sheffield with 'educational vandalism'
News update: May-June 2000
Pat Ainley: The Laura Spence affair
Colin Waugh: Lesson - evaluation checklist
Jon Duveen/Philippe Harari: Whose learning? Whose success?
Colin Waugh: Key Skills in Curriculum 2000
General Educator 66 (September-October 2000)
Update on proposed changes to General Educator
News update: July-August 2000
Sheffield: indefinite strike to begin on 18th September
Colin Waugh: A post-16 rank and file movement: could union-based socialist alliances bring it closer?
Philippe Harari: Performance related pay and performance management
Pat Ainley: Pierre Bourdieu's 'acts of resistance'
Pat Brady/Geraldine Thorpe: The fight for education: a view of its context
Colin Waugh: Lesson - reasoning: the 'ages of children' problem
Don Carroll: Measure for measure: how competent is competence?
Jan Pollock: 'Equal opportunities': think again!
General Educator 67 (November-December 2000)
News update: September-October 2000
Clare Fox: Knowledge without wisdom
Interview: lessons of the Sheffield victory
NATFHE Yorkshire and Humberside Regional Executive Committee: Notes towards an anti-victimisation strategy
Don Carroll: What's on trial - assessment in FE or assessment per se?
Colin Waugh: Lesson - Key Skills (Communication) presentation checklist
Pat Ainley: the state of education
Colin Waugh: how racism structures curricula