John Tomlinson (educationalist)

John Tomlinson (educationalist)

Professor John Tomlinson (April 24 1932 – August 6 2005) was a leading British educationalist. He began his career as a teacher before becoming a local authority education officer and later professor of education at University of Warwick.

Tomlinson served as chairman of the Schools Council from 1978 to 1981; of the Society of Education Officers from 1982 to 1985; and of the Royal Society of Arts from 1989 to 1991. He was also a leading figure behind the formation of the General Teaching Council.


* [,,1558716,00.html Obituary in The Guardian] - accessed 30 August 2005
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