Letters: Full signature list

This is the full list of signatures to accompany the 'Gove will bury pupils in rules..' Letters page for Wednesday 20 March 2013

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This is the full list of signatures to accompany the Wednesday 20 March 2013 letter to The Independent "writing to warn of the dangers posed by Michael Gove's new National Curriculum". Read the letter in full here.

Signatures

Prof Michael Bassey, Nottingham Trent University

Prof Terry Wrigley, Leeds Metropolitan University

Prof Meg Maguire   King’s College London

Prof Dave Hill, Anglia Ruskin University

Prof Stan Tucker, Newman University

Prof John Schostak, Manchester Metropolitan University

Prof Sally Tomlinson, Goldsmiths College, University of London and University of Oxford

Dr Tamara Bibby  Institute of Education, University of London

Prof Justin Dillon  King’s College London

Prof Richard Hatcher, Birmingham City University 

 

Dr Peter Hick  Manchester Metropolitan University (PL)

Dr Peter Jones, Sheffield Hallum University

Ashley Barnes, Sheffield Hallum University

Hanneke Jones, Newcastle University

Anthony Green  Institute of Education, University of London

Prof David Leat, Newcastle University

Prof Heather Piper,  Manchester Metropolitan University

Prof Carrie Paechter, Goldsmiths College, University of London

Assoc Prof Joanna Haynes, Plymouth University

Alpesh Maisuria, Anglia Ruskin University

 

Dr Dave Trotman, Newman University

Prof Dennis Atkinson, Goldsmiths College, University of London

John Wadsworth, Goldsmiths College, University of London

Prof Tony Brown, Manchester Metropolitan University

Prof Clyde Chitty, Goldsmiths College, University of London

Prof Yvonne Solomon, Manchester Metropolitan University

Prof Helen Colley, Huddersfield University

Prof Richard Andrews, Institute of Education, University of London

Karen Grossman, Institute of Education, University of London

Prof Richard Pring, University of Oxford

 

Prof Liz Todd, University of Newcastle 

Dr Jane Murray, Northampton  (SL)

Dr Gerry Czerniawski, University of East London

Gail Edwards, University of Newcastle

Geoff Bright, Manchester Metropolitan  University

Dr Linda Hammersley-Fletcher, Manchester Metropolitan University

Susan Cox,  University of East Anglia

Prof John Furlong, University of Oxford

Dr Hilary Cremin, University of Cambridge

Richard Cowley Institute of Education, University of London

 

Prof Jane Martin, University of Birmingham

Allison Tatton, Newman University

Stephen Griffin, Newman University  

Prof Keri Facer, University of Bristol

Helen Davenport, Manchester Metropolitan University

Dr Tony Eaude, University of Oxford

Prof Michael Fielding, Institute of Education, University of London

Prof Patricia Thomson, University of Nottingham

Dr Sarah Amsler, University of Lincoln   

Prof Harvey Goldstein, University of Bristol

 


Prof Lucy Green, Institute of Education, University of London

Sarah Dyke, Manchester Metropolitan University

Dr Hugh Busher, University of Leicester

Dr Gee Macrory, Manchester Metropolitan University 

Prof Martin Fautley, Birmingham City University 

Judith Flynn, Manchester Metropolitan University

Iain Jones, Newman University

Prof Mel Ainscow, University of Manchester

Prof Lori Beckett, Leeds Metropolitan University

Dr Gillian Marie McGillivray, Newman University

 

Kathleen Middleton, Institute of Education, University of London

Dr Alison Taysum, University of Leicester

Dr Maarten Tas, University of Leicester

Prof John Elliott University of East Anglia

Prof Roger Dale, University of Bristol

Dr Catherine Burke, University of Cambridge

Dr Cathy Lewin, Manchester Metropolitan University

Peter Wright, Institute of Education, University of London

Prof Charles Crook,  University of Nottingham

Prof Margaret Brown,  King’s College London

 

Chris Watkins, Institute of Education, University of London 82

Prof Patrick Ainley, University of Greenwich

Peter Tallant, University of Roehampton

Eleanor Milligan,  University of East Anglia

Prof Andrew Pollard, Institute of Education, London / University of Bristol

Andrew Pearce, Leeds Trinity University

Prof Colin Richards, University of Cumbria

Prof Frank Coffield, Institute of Education, London

Prof Guy Claxton, University of Winchester

Prof Marilyn Leask, University of Bedfordshire

 

Prof Patricia Broadfoot, University of Bristol

Prof Bernard Barker, University of Leicester

Prof Roger Murphy, University of Nottingham

Prof Ron Glatter, Open University

Prof Ron Best, University of Roehampton

Prof Vivienne Griffiths,  Canterbury Christ Church University

Prof William Boyle, University of Manchester

Debra Kidd, Manchester Metropolitan University

Jon Berry, University of Hertfordshire

Dr Derek Haylock, University of East Anglia

 

Jonathan Barnes, Canterbury Christ Church University

Prof Helen Gunter, University of Manchester

Prof Julian Williams, University of Manchester

Dr Joyce Canaan, Birmingham City University

Prof Olwen McNamara, University of Manchester

Sean Doyle, Liverpool John Moore University

Rachel Lofthouse, Newcastle University

Christine Hickman, Liverpool John Moore University

Dr Helen Demetriou, University of Cambridge

Pura Ariza, Manchester Metropolitan University

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