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About Elijah Pryor
Climate change is happening, all over the world, not just in certain locations
Born in 1911, Ernst Fritz Schumacher was and continues to be one of the most inspiring environmental writers that the UK has ever had
Using Karl Marx's early works, Elijah Pryor asks if there is an alternative to the Capitalism vs Communism debate?
Elijah Pryor discusses the significance of Torrington Community Hospital for the North Devon community and the campaign to challenge cutbacks to the hospital's services
There is no secret in saying that the National Curriculum was not introduced to promote co-operation or individual ingenuity. Elijah Pryor advocates a different model for learning
If education served to empower people, they would be taught how to live off the land, how to clean, how to talk to other people and how to pursue their own interests
Elijah Pryor identifies several problems associated with the introduction of the Localism Act
You are now leaving Working England, Welcome to Middle England: The socio-economic underachievement of Neo-Liberalism in attaining reduced class disparityMay 6, 2013 12:00 am Leave your thoughts
Since the economic reform of the 1980's, politicians like Blair, Thatcher and Prescott absolutely believe that the working class no longer exists and the majority of UK citizens are now middle class, writes Elijah Pryor.
Elijah Pryor looks into the origins, definitions and theory of Social Constructionism and explains inequalities faced by working class children in education