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Thought For The Day: Building for the Future

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The Abiding Principles of Ethical Leadership in Education

Given that a fair proportion of this blog concerns itself with principles of change, The Edvocate website rightly reminds us of some unchanging principles of leadership in education: The Eight Principles of Ethical Leadership in Education | The Edvocate https://learningrenaissance.wordpress.com/2015/10/07/the-abiding-principles-of-ethical-leadership-in-education/

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Education and inequality #InequalityEd at the RSA

I spent an enjoyable evening discussing education inequality at the RSA tonight as part of the organisations’ Inequality in Education series. A passionate opener from Diane Reay was followed by a laid back and humorous contribution from Danny Dorling. Dorling asked some very good questions that I think that we all ought to talk about […]

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University rankings: UK ‘a stand-out performer’ | BBC News

The UK has 34 universities in the Times Higher Education ranking of the world’s top 200 institutions, with Oxford climbing to second best globally. Oxford climbs to second place, while Cambridge and Imperial College London also make the top 10 in fourth and eighth places respectively. See the full Top 20 list on the BBC […]

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Degree apprenticeships for the digital & technology space – benefits all round…

And as part of our ‘Foundation: where are they now?’ series, IBM Foundation wants to tell you all about the new Degree Apprenticeship programme.  We’re really excited about this, and we think you will be too – check it out ….. The end of traditional schooling is often a confusing time for students, but that […]

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