A website packed with resources to introduce co-operation into the curriculum has been relaunched with a fresh new design and easy-to-use layout.
Co-operative schools have rapidly grown since the first was established in 2008. A key factor behind such growth is “the desire of schools to collaborate to raise achievement for all in their communities”, Mervyn Wilson highlights in a new publication … Read more
Academic Joss Winn from the Social Science Centre and University of Lincoln has written a blog post about the recent Institute of Education Research Seminar ‘Time for a co-operative university?’, explaining that the co-operative movement, its principles and its widespread … Read more
Julie Thorpe from the Co-operative College is currently in Bogota for a new international youth co-operatives project involving UK co-operative youth organisation the Woodcraft Folk and the International Falcon Movement-Socialist Educational International, which works to empower young people to take … Read more
The Action Kit outlines everything schools and young people need to know before setting up a Young Co-operative.