Safer, Fairer Cultures of Opportunity in Schools and Work-Based Learning Environments
Kate Green, Shadow Education Secretary shares some of her vision for creating safer, fairer society through education
Kate’s experience and community action extends far beyond her influential career in parliament, and we’ll be drawing upon her vast experience at strategic and ground level in tackling the crucial, cultural issues around safety for women and girls, child poverty and support for racial equality. As well as ‘what’ needs to be done, we’ll be challenging Kate to outline ‘how’ education can achieve these perennial problems, and what part, if any, collaborations may or may not help to invoke deep change.
- What defines ‘real’ opportunity? Many would argue there’s plenty on offer already, but do existing opportunities genuinely present to all young people?
- Anti-Racist Schools: What does it really mean, and how can we move forwards in collaboration?
- Narrowing the financial divide: Does it really take Marcus Rashford to make the difference?
- Applied Generals (BTEC and others): Is there a place for these in a modern, inclusive suite of qualifications?
- Autonomy vs Formal Federations vs Partnerships vs Trusts: Which model should we see as the way forward for tackling local inequalities?
Kate will be joined in the Q&A by Jonathan Lansley-Gordon, COO, SIMMS Coaching & Consultancy and Nikos Savvas, CEO, Eastern Colleges Group
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