Climate Change & Sustainability: curriculum, Careers, Community & CPD

Thursday 14th March  2024 We are delighted to be in partnership with Hays Education, hosting a series of free breakfast seminars, bringing together thought leaders and education leaders up and down the country to explore our most pressing education issues; and what the possibilities are with a longer-term vision for our Education system. In our second […]

OECD Project

In 2023 the FED co-led, with Teach for All, the UK consultation on ‘Education for Human Flourishing’ on behalf of the OECD and the Department for Education. The FED’s significant role involved collecting perspectives from the UK education community, revealing a focus on holistic education encompassing well-being and a diverse curriculum, while emphasising inclusivity for […]

ESRC Research

In the spring and summer of 2023 the FED supported Dr Gemma Moss and her team at the  Education Research Programme (ESRC) with their consultations into research agenda settings within the education community. The objective was to give more voice to schools and their communities in identifying issues that they think would benefit from research, […]

Climate Change & Sustainability Toolkit for Schools

The environment and climate crisis are the most significant threats to humanity we have ever faced. Education has a fundamental role in tackling the climate crisis. The Department for education recognises this, launching its strategy in April 2022. By 2025, every school, college and nursery will have a sustainability lead who will be charged with […]

Innovate-ED

Innovate-ED grew out of our FEDSpace sessions. It is built around the question of how best to manage innovation in education? In the style of all FED’s work, it brings together a wide range of voices, and has been driven particularly by a number of education technology innovators and follows questions raised about the process of adopting innovative […]

White Paper – Bridging the Global Equity in Education Gap

The FED led the writing of a white paper on behalf of BETT, in collaboration with Charlie Radman and the team at Hewlett Packard. In March 2023 Prof Ger Graus OBE chaired a discussion on what is required from governments, corporates, NGOs and philanthropic organisations to work towards closing the equity gap in education across […]

Youth Voice in Education Policy

We are delighted to be able to share Leila La’s, a member of the FED Learners Council, reflections on her attendance at a Pearson Digital Roundtable where they discussed ‘Youth Voice in Education Policy’. Youth Voice in Education Policy I really enjoyed the roundtable talk at Pearson’s Digital in School event. We have witnessed the […]

Embedding Youth Voice in the Education System

We are delighted to be able to share reflections from Yemi Adeola, a member of the FED Learners Council, on his attendance at the Big Change x IPPR (Institute for Public Policy Research) event looking at embedding youth voice in the education system. Embedding Youth Voice in the Education System I really enjoyed the Big Change-IPPR Workshop […]

Is education policy causing the deficit in ‘essential’ employability skills?

We are delighted to be in partnership with Hays Education, hosting a series of free breakfast seminars, bringing together thought leaders and education leaders up and down the country to explore our most pressing education issues; and what the possibilities are with a longer-term vision for our Education system. In our first event, we invited Paul […]

Wanted – New Members needed to join the FED Practitioners Council

The Foundation for Education Development (the FED) is  dedicated to the belief that long-term strategic education planning is vital to the success of countries and their people. In the spirit of collaboration, we provide an independent and neutral space for stakeholders to help shape the future of education. This is a critical year for the […]