To mark 50 years of the International Baccalaureate, our panel asks: what kind of education do we need now to enable young people to flourish the 21st century? With Anthony Seldon, David Willetts and Naomi Climer.
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Julian Astle, Daisy Christodoulou, Peter Hyman and David Laws consider how to reform education so that it prepares young people not just to write a good exam, but to live a good life.
Professor Dominic Wyse is joined by an expert panel to explore innovation in primary curriculum and assessment strategy and the impact of national policy changes.
Headteacher Tom Sherrington explains how secondary school leaders are driving curriculum strategy that delivers successful outcomes for learners and for educators.
Guardian columnist Zoe Williams joins our panel of school leaders to discuss secondary curriculum strategy and the impact of government policy.
Debra Kidd is a teacher and author of Teaching: Notes From the Frontline
Author and teacher Debra Kidd argues that education has become fixated on conformity and compliance at the expense of creativity. What might be done to reform the system from the bottom up?
With Tristram Hunt MP, Joe Hallgarten, Don Parker, Emlyn Lumley, Joanna Brinkley,
The RSA and the Institute of Education are celebrating the second year of Grand Curriculum Designs, a pioneering professional development programme for school leaders and other educators.
Shadow Education Secretary for the Labour party