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In high stakes accountability systems like that used in England’s schools, what gets measured tends to get done and what doesn’t, doesn’t. This is a problem for those of us who believe schools should provide a rich and rounded ...
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Maria Huqoqi explores the contradictions involved in giving schools a legal duty to deliver the Prevent strategy.
The organisers of a Creative Careers Day are looking for speakers to demonstrate the value of a creative education or discuss how we might improve information and resource sharing within the education system.
Guest blogger Claudia Chwalisz, a Consultant at Populus, provides her reflections as a member of the panel on the joint event between RSA and RSA Academies, 'Teaching Tomorrow's Citizens'.
What can we learn from a magnificent Viking Age mashup of the ‘Doom of the Gods’ and Christianity? Roger Lang reflects on an RSA Fellowship project to support creative learning.
Rebecca Hanson FRSA has developed training for teachers which is enabling them to successfully teach every concept on the new primary maths curriculum to all their pupils.
Trevor Marchand tells us about the recent screening of his documentary 'The Intelligent Hand', when he discussed with our Inequality in Education network, the lack of 'learning-by-doing' approaches in most schools.
Ben Gibbs FRSA and Director at Restart-Ed Ltd explores the role efficacy could play in transforming how we measure school improvement.