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The future of education (if any)

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Alan H
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Re: The future of education (if any)

#781 Postby Alan H » March 17th, 2017, 9:51 am

Latest post of the previous page:

Sound familiar at all? All schools 'to face funding gap by 2020'
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Re: The future of education (if any)

#782 Postby Alan H » March 20th, 2017, 7:12 pm

Presumably Deloitte will do it as long as it's profitable to them: New leadership development programme launched
A leadership development programme for Chief Executives of Multi Academy Trusts has been launched drawing on expertise from the Church of England, academia and the City.

The Church of England Foundation for Educational Leadership programme for Chief Executives of Multi-Academy Trusts will be delivered in partnership with UCL Institute of Education, working with Deloitte.

The programme has been shaped to draw on the Church of England's involvement in education over 200 years, to include UCL IOE's deep expertise across the education system, including academies and leadership, and to learn from Deloitte's business knowledge and practical experience of working in the education sector. There will be input from leading experts and practitioners from education as well as learning from wider sectors.
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"We're all in this together, but some are more in it than others."
— Me, with apologies to Napoleon


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