Ten years ago, while Director of CentreForum, the liberal think tank, I wrote a paper calling on the Liberal Democrats to abandon their pledge to abolish university tuition fees. Within the party, the paper was as welcome ...
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The Cities of Learning project has inspired thought-provoking discussion about how learning can make lives better. Here’s what we’ve heard
Ali Hadawi and James Crabbe FRSA argue that the further education sector needs to develop a stronger mission and vision for the future, allowing it, like the students it serves, to develop its own culture and expertise and ...
Laura Partridge writes about an inspirational Fellow-led project in refugee education that closely reflects the findings of the RSA’s recent Cities of Reciprocity report.
In preparation for judging the RSA Student Design Awards Learning for Life brief, Zahra Davidson pins down what she learnt about lifelong learning.
Matthew Taylor, RSA chief executive asks whether this time we can finally come together to realise the ideal of every citizen being able to develop and renew their core skills.
Could your region, city or town embrace the spirit of Kensalfield? Matthew Taylor introduces the RSA's third Power to Create paper, A Place for Learning.
Fran Plowright FRSA reflects on the School of Logical Progression’s Meet a Mentor pilot programme supported by the RSA Catalyst Fund
Small Gathering for Big Thoughts is a dialogue process in which people are invited to bring their own ingredients, meet a stranger and cook together without a recipe.
RSA Fellows Seb Schmoller and David Jennings are seeking to address Britain's crisis in adult maths skills through their unique 'Citizen Maths' programme