Joanna Williams


Spiked, 8th May 2018

Education can set kids free

Briefings for Brexit, 5th May 2018

Learning to Love the EU

The Telegraph, 3rd May 2018

Universities must offer a more inspiring concept of education if they want to stop contract cheating

Spectator Schools, 17th March 2018

Anything goes, How sex education became a free-for-all

Spiked, 22nd February 2018

You can’t measure the financial worth of knowledge

BERA, 31st October 2017

Why we all need liberating from education’s gender war

Times Higher Education, 26th October 2017

Tolerance and Dissent within Education: On Cultivating Debate and Understanding, by Nuraan Davids and Yusef Waghid

Spiked, 7th October 2017

Education: a radical tradition

The Telegraph, 3rd October 2017

Murray Edwards’ decision to accept transgender students threatens its very purpose: to provide a unique space for women to flourish

The Spectator, 30th September 2017

Patronising working class students won’t make universities more inclusive

James G. Martin Center, 5th July 2017

How colleges themselves bring about racial protest

Spiked, 4th July 2017

The fees debate is degrading education

Huffington Post, 23rd June 2017

The Teaching Excellence Framework will make university teaching worse

Spiked, 18th May 2017

Turning education into welfare

 Spiked, 15th March 2017

Girls’ Literature: There’s no such thing

Open Democracy, 1st March 2017

The ‘decolonise the curriculum’ movement re-racialises knowledge

Spiked, 17th February 2017

Let’s abandon sex education

Spiked, 11th January 2017

University isn’t about satisfaction

Spiked, 26th December 2016

The year education went explicitly political

Spectator, 21st November 2016

Why did the government ban Milo Yiannopoulos from my sons’ school?

Spiked, 14th November 2016

Students’ temper tantrums over Trump

Times Literary Supplement, 12th October 2016

Racial Awareness

Heat Street, 22nd September 2016

Students are being pushed into harmful ‘sexual consent’ classes

Spiked, 12th September 2016

Grammar Schools: We need knowledge not nostalgia

 Spiked, 3rd August 2016

University: Forget what it costs, what’s it for?

Times Higher Education, 30th June 2016

Is there a problem with academic integrity?

Spiked, 29th June 2016

After Brexit: academics need to get out more

Times Higher Education, 27th June 2016

Brexit: A PhD does not make your vote, or your opinion, worth more

Spiked, 24th May 2016

The new segregation on campus

Times Higher Education, 16th May 2016

The HE White Paper could bring ‘Ofsted tyranny’ to universities

Spiked, 11th May 2016

The campus mental health myth

The Telegraph, 3rd May 2016

Kids’ strike: Parents, teachers and Government must stop exploiting children for political gain – tests are meant to be difficult

Spiked, 14th April 2016

How the EU strangles scholarship

Spiked, 31st March 2016

Knowledge matters

Spiked, 30th March 2016

Academisation: neither kill nor cure

Spiked, 2nd March 2016

Baseline tests for four year olds will only entrench low expectations

Times Higher Education, 11th February 2016

It’s no surprise if men decide university isn’t for them

The Telegraph, 2nd February 2016

‘Cameron’s focus on race in discussions about university inequality is misplaced’

 Spiked, 15th January 2016

Universities must challenge not conform

Times Higher Education, 6th November 2015

Higher Education Green Paper: what it means for teaching

Times Higher Education, 8th October 2015

Book Review: Revolution in Higher Education by Richard A. DeMillo

Spiked, 1st September 2015

Time to reclaim the classroom

The Guardian, 13th August 2015

The National Student Survey should be abolished before it does any more harm

Spiked, 7th July 2015

Putting teaching at the heart of the system is bad for higher education

Spiked, 4th June 2015

Who cares what colour philosophers are?

 Blog, 27th April 2015

Is there anything worth celebrating in higher education?

Spiked, 1st April 2015

Why the yearning for grammar schools?

Spiked, 12th March 2015

Conditioning kids to have state-approved sex

Spiked, 4th March 2015

Fees, philistinism and the future of higher education

Spiked, 30th January 2015

Teaching: It’s about what you know

Spiked, 15th December 2014

We need to open the academic mind

Times Higher Education, 16th October 2014

Education and satisfaction are antithetical

Times Higher Education, 18th September 2014

Review of Reshaping the University: The Rise of the Regulated Market in Higher Education

Spiked, 12th September 2014

Tackling the reading gap

Spiked, 2nd September 2014

It’s time to end this phoney education war

The Guardian, 19th August 2014

Clearing: an unedifying spectacle of unis going cap-in-hand to students

Spiked, 21st July 2014

It’s time to scrap OFSTED