Join us for the May meeting of the RSA Fellows’ Inequality in Education Network.
Our speaker for this session will be Prof. Eva Lloyd, from the Cass school of Education (University of East London). Eva's research focuses on the marketisation and privatisation of childcare and its relation to child poverty and social exclusion.
As usual there will be time for discussion and networking after the main talk and we welcome both Fellows and non-Fellows of the RSA to come along and join in.
Please book your place via this page so that we know you're coming.
More about Professor Eva Lloyd
TProf. Eva Lloyd joined the Cass School of Education as Reader in Early Childhood in January 2007. She spent the previous four years as Senior Lecturer in Early Childhood Studies at the School for Policy Studies at the University of Bristol, where she was director of the BSc in Early Childhood Studies.
Eva’s interest in early childhood policy and practice goes back to 1985 when she joined the Thomas Coram Research Unit at the University of London's Institute of Education after graduating in Psychology at UEL (then NELP). She spent the next fifteen years with children's NGOs, working in policy and research for Save the Children and Barnardo's and as CEO of the National Early Years Network.
In 2013 Eva was awarded an Honorary OBE for Services to Education.
If you have any questions, please contact John Bayley FRSA: firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Room 731, 20 Bedford Way, London, WC1H 0AL
RSA Fellows' Inequality in Education Network
The Inequality in Education Network aims to provide high quality presenters from the education or political worlds and use them to lead discussion on an aspect of the drivers of unequal outcomes in education in England. The network meets bi-monthly from 18:30 to 20:30 each time. Our aim is to provide high quality presenters from the education or political worlds and use them to lead discussion on an aspect of the drivers of unequal outcomes in education in England. Please keep the following dates in the diary: 12 July and 8 November – and keep an eye out in newsletters for more information.
Network Lead: John Bayley FRSA
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