Thursday, 26 June 2008

Reviews of The Dangerous Rise of Therapeutic Education, by Katherine Ecclestone & Dennis Hayes

'Infantilised' students and staff rapped, Melanie Newman, Times Higher Education, 12 June 2008

Schools' therapy culture leaves children unable to cope, Laura Clout, The Daily Telegraph, 12 June 2008

Emphasis on emotions creates 'can't do' students, Alexandra Frean, The Times, 12 June 2008

Class therapy 'harming children', BBC News, 12 June 2008

Infantilised students unable to cope with life, book claims, Anthea Lipsett, Education Guardian, 12 June 2008

Childish recruits: Are we infantilising our children?, Personnel Today, 12 June 2008

The lessons in happiness that are making pupils miserable, London Lite, 12 June 2008

Are we breeding a new generation of infantilised students?, My Child, 12 June 2008

Lessons in happiness making children unhappy, Laura Clark, Daily Mail, 11 June 2008

The Dangerous Rise of Therapeutic Education, by Kathryn Ecclestone & Dennis Hayes is published on 14 July 2008. Routledge, £18.99p