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FABIAN EDUCATION POLICY GROUP

Make a Difference Today

The Fabian Education Policy Group  provides a unique opportunity to engage  with key educational research world-wide. Our aim is to assist in developing an  excellent  education service based on what children need , and informed by equity and  social justice.

From the influence of Sidney and Beatrice Webb and the early Fabians on the Education act of 1902  to the progressive ideas influencing policy  over the decades; Fabian values of  greater equality of opportunity within a tolerant and active democracy provide a real opportunity for informed ,safe , rational debate  about the future of education. Join us.

Volunteers Packing Food

FABIAN EDUCATION POLICY GROUP

Make a Difference Today

The Fabian Education Policy Group  provides a unique opportunity to engage  with key educational research world-wide. Our aim is to assist in developing an  excellent  education service based on what children need , and informed by equity and  social justice.

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HOUSE OF COMMONS/WEBINAR
DISCUSSIONS

Meetings and webinars with key practitioners, politicians academics and educational research fellows.

At Fabian Education Policy Group, we are dedicated to providing a forum for informed discussion and debate with key politicians, practitioners and colleagues in educational research. These events ( Face to face or online) are very well attended and a summation of key points is distributed later to a variety of organisations and political bodies.

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WRITING: BLUESKY DOCUMENT,BLOGS AND  JOURNAL ARTICLES

Evidence based research and ideas.

We are fortunate to have considerable educational expertise and knowledge within our  group. All stakeholders within the educational arena are encouraged to write blogs  for us to express their views. These are published on our blog site. 
Longer articles are published on our  Journal tab. We have a more fleshed out Bluesky document and a newer Urgent Priorities/Future plans document that we regularly update and amend in relation to the inputs we hear and discuss. They are posted on  our member's area.

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LIAISON WITH THE SHADOW TEAM AND  OTHER PROGRESSIVE GROUPS/CAMPAIGNS

Coordinating,discussing and advising

We set up regular meetings with the shadow education team and discuss our thinking and work  with them.  We strive to find new strategies for dealing with the challenge of improving Education. We liaise with a variety of other left leaning progressive groups and educational campaigns so we pool as many ideas and strategies as possible to inform our thinking.

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"Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does"

William James

November 2021 FEPG meeting

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In our November FEPG meeting shadow minister for schools, Peter Kyle, addressed us and took questions on a range of topics.  Please log into the member's  area and

see the minutes of this very valuable opportunity to listen to a rising star of the Labour party. By the end of the session he had been promoted to shadow secretary of state for Northern Ireland. 

Lessons from lockdown.

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Lessons in lockdown explores the impact of COVID-19 on our schooling systems,on the young people and families they serve and all who work in-and with-our schools.

Written by Tony Breslin FEPG member.

Education System Design

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This book highlights decisions governments have to make about their public education systems, the options they have before them and the consequences of their decisions.

Edited by FEPG members: Brian Hudson,Marilyn Leask and Sarah Younie.

CONTACT FABIAN EDUCATION POLICY GROUP

61 Petty France, London,SW1H 9EU

Brian Matthews Chair 01206 299 423 or 07952478516

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