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Tackling Educational Inequality - What Really Works?

Tackling Educational Inequality – What Really Works?

Closing the gap between the achievement of disadvantaged pupils who are entitled to free school meals and their peers is one of the biggest challenges faced by policy makers, teachers and school leaders in England.  There is now a well-established body of research evidence that shows the gap is still wide and has not narrowed much over the period.  A particular concern is that inequality in education outcomes has grown for some groups such as Black Caribbean, White British Working Class and disadvantaged pupils.

The speaker is Dr Feyisa Demie, Lambeth's Head of Research and Adviser for School Self-Evaluation, talking about research he has recently completed investigating school initiatives nationally.  This session looks at what really works in addressing educational inequality in schools.  

Date:        Wednesday 30 January 2019, 7-8.30pm
       6.45pm for 7pm start. End 8.30pm

Venue:     Lambeth Town Hall, Brixton Hill, London SW2 1RW
Room:      Room THB-06 (basement level)
Light refreshments will be available.
Full details in the attached flyer.

To register simply email with your name and the name of your school.

04 Dec 2018

Peter Compton
Lambeth Governors' Forum
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