by Christine Corlet Walker, Consultant at Aleron
Over recent weeks there has been extensive policy debate on what makes for a good education. Should schools focus on attainment? Is selection within the education system beneficial for young people? Should we return to the past to look for answers in today’s education system?
Through our work with social enterprises we see a new wave of ideas and approaches being rolled out to benefit young people in education.
Last week one of these social enterprises, Evolve Social Impact, put on their three-day annual conference for Health Mentors, Educational Leaders and Partners, and we were fortunate enough to be invited […]