Who Governs Our Schools? Trends Tensions and Opportunities

Wednesday 13th September 2017

Today we launched my RSA published report Who Governs Our Schools? Trends Tensions and Opportunities at the National Governance Association hosted All Party Parliamentary Group on school governance in Westminster.

Thanks to Emma Knights and her team for their support today and throughout the 18 month project, to the project sponsors (the Local Government Association, The Elliot Foundation and RSA Academies) and to the members of our Expert Group (our sponsors together with senior leaders from the Association of School and College Leaders, the Catholic Education Service, the Centre for Public Scrutiny and the National Governance Association), and Julian Astle and all in the Creative Learning and Development team at the RSA.

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Lessons From Lockdown
For too long, changes to the education system have been driven by political considerations, short -term difficulties and even, at times, nostalgia. Lessons From Lockdown sets out why this piecemeal approach to reform needs stop and provides an invaluable contribution to the debate that now must take place.
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