Ian Fordham North East Education futures debate: Leading not pleading our way to success . The first UK wide - cross party, cross sector - education think tank Previewed in the Summer at the Sunday Times Festival of Education Launching in late November 2011.
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Ian FordhamNorth East Education futures debate: Leading not pleading our way to success
The first UK wide - cross party,
cross sector - education think tank
Previewed in the Summer at the
Sunday Times Festival of Education
Launching in late November 2011
why an education think tank now?
The emerging landscape
Evidence informed practice
1. What’s important?
Narrowing the gap
Skills and the new economy
Curriculum and assessment
Redefining the profession
Data driven choice and transparency
Stimulating demand & supply side reform
SEN and inclusion
Solution based policy and practice
2. What works?
“Evidence is not the plural of anecdote”
Professor Dylan William, Institute of Education
Creating a robust evidence base, spreading learning at pace, rapid prototyping at scale across the region and the country
The WOW space, Liverpool
What does a “WOW Schools North East” look like?
3. What next?
There are over 15 million young people engaged in education and learning.
What must we do differently to improve the system in the emerging landscape
A new confidence, ambition and a focus on bottom up not centrally prescribed education reform
To continue the conversation…