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Studying an Education degree introduces you to explore themes from education, psychology, sociology, philosophy and history. You will learn about education as a human, cultural, economic, and social development that is fundamental to a changing, globalised world. It is useful to keep up to date with current policy and debates along with a range of expert perspectives.

The department of Education have created some useful reading suggestions for students in preparation for university and we have highlighted some of our academics' commentary on current topics for you to explore.

Constructing a new reality: leadership lessons from other times of crisis, Dr Madeleine Findon

How can parents help autistic children to reduce anxiety during isolation? Professor Karen Guldberg

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