Learning About Culture is a two-and-a-half year investigation into the role that cultural learning plays in improving educational outcomes for children. Its intention is to develop more evidence of what works and support schools and cultural organisations to use that evidence, as well as evidence from their own work and elsewhere, to continuously improve their practice. At the centre of the programme is a partnership between the RSA and the EEF to deliver the UK’s largest ever study of cultural learning. The RSA’s research and engagement will go beyond that study, working with partners to build together a cultural and education sector that is as committed to self-improvement as it is to ensuring access.
Download the Learning About Culture Prospectus to learn more about the programme.