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The Condition and Future of Primary Education


  • Education
  • Schools

Robin Alexander, Mick Brookes, Professor Mary James, Roger Luxton, Barry Sheerman MP, Dame Gillian Pugh.

The Condition and Future of Primary Education

The RSA, Cambridge Primary Review and Esmee Fairbairn Foundation hosted a public event to launch the debate about the final report of the Cambridge Primary Review.

A panel of expert commentators discussed the implications of the report for teachers, schools, local authorities, national policy, children and childhood.

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