We want your contributions!

Breaking Out aims to foster a dialogue between teachers, students, parents, academics and the wider community.  This means we want to hear about your experiences of teaching, working and learning in schools.  We also want to hear your critique of contemporary education systems and practices, and ideas for the future.  We aim to build a collective critique and vision of socially just education based on shared knowledge, hope, solidarity and collective struggle.

Submissions can take many forms, including stories from the classroom, reports on programs or curriculum that promote social justice, poetry, satire, photographs, cartoons, interviews, audio, video, reviews of books or other resources and academic articles for peer review. 

Please read the formal submission guidelines for more information on submission types, procedures and requirements.



Inspired by something you read in Breaking Out? Or want to put a different point of view?

Breaking Out seeks to stimulate a conversation so we welcome responses to the material presented in the journal.  You are invited to submit your thoughts and reactions, to be published as correspondence.  Please keep your letters to 500 words and submit them here.