Transformations in society, culture, economy, politics, employment and knowledge require us to fundamentally rethink how we perceive learning and teaching. Reinventing Education challenges the principles and practices that underpin existing `institutionalised' approaches to education. It asks the reader to question our reliance on the school, the classroom, the teacher, the examination, the university and so on. It considers existing alternatives to mainstream education, both from within the UK state system and beyond. In challenging the assumptions that underpin much of today's compulsory, further and higher education, the book concludes by offering a vision for our educational futures.