ReconsiderEd: Have your say at the London Festival of Education

On Saturday 17th November teachers, learners, parents and policy makers will descend on the Institute of Education for the London Festival of Education. The day will feature talks and sessions from a stellar line up including John Hattie, Camila Batmanghelidjh, Anthony Horowitz, Michael Rose and many more. Alongside all of these experts and educationalists, we want you to have your say on the issues facing education as part of the ReconsiderEd session.

ReconsiderEd will be a space to tap into the opinions and expertise of the attendees of the festival with open discussions on topics chosen by you. Discussions will be captured and published as part of the event, with an emphasis on tackling the issues you care about and distilling them to actions we can take forward to shape education and learning for the future.

We are looking for topics, and in the first instance invite you to submit your questions, challenges, problems and topics to our crowdsourced agenda by submitting them on the form below. Ideas will then be brought together and put to a vote for those planning to attend to shape the agenda of the session, which will take the shape of table discussions with chairs drawing proceedings to recommendations we can feed on to those shaping education policy in this country.

Make your mark on the festival and get your issue on the table; help us rethink how we move the education agenda forward at ReconsiderEd.

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