Mike Long and I are writing a book on ELT. The final chapter is Radical ELT: Signs of struggle: Towards an alternative organization of ELT.
I would be grateful for suggestions on what to include in the chapter. We want to highlight the work of any group or individual fighting the current ELT industry, working towards a fairer, more efficacious way of organizing ELT. Please would anybody involved in alternative approaches to syllabuses, materials, testing and teacher education get in touch. The Hands Up project, Mosaic Education, cooperatives like SLB, are just three examples of what we consider to be promising, progressive initiatives.
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