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10 steps towards a better education: the list in full

August 29, 2012

To round off our recent series on 10 steps towards a better education we list all 10 steps and link off to the related blog post. The 10 steps first appeared as a part of our briefing paper for British parliamentarians, which is why they talk about ‘parliament’. We hope you find these steps useful […]

10 steps towards a better education: #10 A Matter of Trust

August 9, 2012

In our tenth and final step on developing better education for our children, we look at why governments need to have faith in their people and communities and to support education for the welfare and development of democracy. These 10 steps first appeared as a part of a briefing paper for British parliamentarians. They could […]

10 steps towards a better education: #9 The Case for the All-through School

August 3, 2012

In the ninth of our 10 steps on developing better education for our children, we look at the case for the all-through school. These 10 steps first appeared as a part of our briefing paper for British parliamentarians, which is why they talk about ‘parliament’. They could equally apply to many governments around the world […]

10 steps towards a better education: #8 Reverse an Upside Down System

In the eighth of our 10 steps on developing better education for our children, we look at the need to put resources into primary education. These 10 steps first appeared as a part of our briefing paper for British parliamentarians, which is why they talk about ‘parliament’. They could equally apply to many governments around […]

10 steps towards a better education: #7 Empower Local Communities

In the seventh of our 10 steps on developing better education for our children, we look at the role of the community in shaping our schools. These 10 steps first appeared as a part of our briefing paper for British parliamentarians, which is why they talk about ‘parliament’. They could equally apply to many governments […]

10 steps towards a better education: #6 Prepare the Teachers

In the sixth of our 10 steps on developing better education for our children, we look at the role and skills of teachers and how we need to rethink their core skills. These 10 steps first appeared as a part of our briefing paper for British parliamentarians, which is why they talk about ‘parliament’. They […]

10 steps towards a better education: #5 Unpack the Curriculum

In the fifth of our 10 steps on developing better education for our children, we look at the curriculum and how it needs to change to better reflect what we know about how children learn. These 10 steps first appeared as a part of our briefing paper for British parliamentarians, which is why they talk […]

10 steps towards a better education: #4 Strengthen Community

In the fourth of our 10 steps on developing better education for our children, we look at the role of the community in supporting the development of adolescents. These 10 steps first appeared as a part of our briefing paper for British parliamentarians, which is why they talk about ‘parliament’. They could equally apply to […]

10 steps towards a better education: #3 Affirm the Family

In the third of our 10 steps on developing better education for our children, we look at the role of families in supporting individuals and communities. These 10 steps first appeared as a part of our briefing paper for British parliamentarians, which is why they talk about ‘parliament’. They could equally apply to many governments […]

10 steps towards a better education: #2 Reassert Intelligence

In the second of our 10 steps on developing better education for our children, we look at why we need to reassert intelligence – in all its many forms. These 10 steps first appeared as a part of our briefing paper for British parliamentarians, which is why they talk about ‘parliament’. They could equally apply […]

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