Young people, teachers, parents, school and college leaders, academics, employers, policy makers, ministers and representatives of other organisations are invited to take part in the Great Education Debate this autumn to share their views and thoughts about how they can create a truly world-class education system and together make a difference.
Schools or colleges are invited to set aside time this term to hold a discussion with their leadership team, their whole staff as part of a training day, their governing body, their student council and/or their sixth form students. See www.greateducationdebate.org.uk/resources for information and resources.
GED events will be held around the country this autumn – see www.greateducationdebate.org.uk/events for details. Participants are also invited to write an article (up to 500 words) to go on the GED website – email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Register on www.greateducationdebate.org.uk to read and comment on articles, and post comments in the discussion forums. Follow the Great Education Debate on Twitter @GreatEdDebate and use the hashtag #GEDebate (suggested tweets: “I’m having a say on the future of education for our children by taking part in the @GreatEdDebate at www.greateducationdebate.org.uk #GEDebate”, “What do you think should be the purpose of education? Have your say by joining in the #GEDebate at www.greateducationdebate.org.uk”, “Should the curriculum lean more towards knowledge or skills? Have your say by joining in the #GEDebate at www.greateducationdebate.org.uk”). Like the debate page on Facebook at www.facebook.com/greateducationdebate.
If you would like to host a debate event or a seminar session as part of an existing event, please email email@example.com.