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Sir David Bell cuts the ribbon to open the Student Support Centre at the London Road campus, home of the Institute of Education

RESCHEDULED FOR Thursday 10 May 2018, 18:00, following severe weather cancellation in March: where does the power really lie within our education system? Reflecting on his experiences as Permanent Secretary at the Department for Education and Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Schools, Vice Chancellor, Sir David Bell will provide an insider’s account of where power really lies in our education system during his presentation at the University of Reading’s Institute of Education on 10 May 6-7 pm, G01, L022, London Road campus, University of Reading.

 

Sir David’s talk will be the Inaugural Lecture of the new BA in Education Studies. Each annual lecture will aim to shine a spotlight on the special interests posed by this new programme, which started in 2017 at the Institute of Education, currently ranked 3rd in the UK for Education, according to the Guardian University Rankings 2018.  

The programme’s strong focus on inclusion enables its students to explore issues such as creativity in learning, diversity, social justice and disability, as well as many fundamental moral and social questions in education, such as: Why are there differences in educational attainment for different students? Is there a link between health and learning? Do all citizens have the right to an education?

Should you be interested in attending this event, please book your place here.

If you have any other queries, please don’t hesitate to get in touch: events@reading.ac.uk or 0118 378 6718.

Please do book early for this free lecture as spaces will fill fast.

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