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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 country and its
Monday 14th September 1000 AM – 1200 noon. The FED is promoting celebrations to mark the150th Anniversary of state education. On 14th September 2020 the FED will launch the year of celebration with an online broadcast in collaboration with Browne Jacobson and NCFE. The Secretary
Plans are under way to mark the 150th Anniversary of the introduction of state education in 1870. From September 2020, FED will be coordinating and planning a number of activities and opportunities to participate and engage with a wide range of voices, reflecting the diversity
Andreas Schleicher – Director for Education and Skills OECD Friday July 17th 10.00 – 11.30 On Friday July 17th the FED will host Andreas Schleicher Director for the Directorate of Education and Skills at the OECD for an open conversation and discussion. For further information
In FedSpace that we will be hosting a series of exciting online forums and events as part of our invitation to shape consultation round tables. Follow the link and register for our series of weekly events which starting on Tuesday 9th June 2020. Visit FedSpace…
Note : After a further successful consultation in February 2020, the Covid 19 emergency has meant our continuing conversations are now being held as a series for virtual round table discussions. To catch up on the ones you may have missed, head to our News