Foundation for education development.

We are dedicated to promoting a long-term vision and plan for education in England. In the spirit of partnership, we will provide a neutral space for policy influencers from education, business, politics and beyond to shape the future.

Only through long term planning, can we fully empower future generations and unlock the country’s potential. Together we can build a world class education system across the country.

From our consultations at St George’s House, Windsor we have 5 Starting Points. We are now looking for responses to our invitation to help shape these points.  Working together we can help shape the future. We would welcome feedback via our contact page.

On our new Fedspace link you will find our invitation to continue the debate via our series of virtual round tables.

We will provide a neutral space for discussion and debate so that the long-term challenges we face can find long-term solutions.

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the debate.

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5 starting
points.

Our initial conversations at St George’s House, Windsor have led us to 5 starting points for further discussion. We invite you to join our continuing conversations to help shape these further.

Recent news.

Watch the Andreas Schleicher Webinar

Now available to view online, a recording of our recent webinar featuring Andreas Schleicher, Director for Education and Skills at the OECD in conversation with Dr Karen Edge. If you weren’t able to make this well attended event, here’s your chance to see

Our latest Podcast now available

Hear Carl Ward, founder and Chair of the Foundation for Education Development (FED) in conversation with Nick MacKenzie, an education lawyer and partner at Browne Jacobson LLP discussing how a long-term education vision and plan can best serve the needs of our

Looking Back – Moving Forward

Monday 14th September 1000 AM – 1200  noon. The FED is promoting celebrations to mark the 150th Anniversary of state education. On 14th September2020 the FED will launch the year of celebration with an online broadcast in collaboration with Browne Jacobson and the

How you
can help.

We look forward to hearing from you – through our consultation opportunities you share your thoughts. If you wish to help, please get in touch.