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Building back better: Teaching, pedagogy and learning

Some schools have already begun changing and adapting their in-school teaching practices in light of their experiences during remote education. Dr Fiona Aubrey-Smith asks how your school is already 'building back better'

It is exciting that a coalition of school leaders with real insight have joined up with a number of system leaders, academics, MPs and entrepreneurs to call for a Royal Commission on Education.

The group published a letter earlier this month in the Sunday Times setting out this ambitious review (see further information), and are holding a roundtable on February 4 which is free to attend. Key figures include Robert Halfon MP, chairman of the Education Select Committee, Professor Rose Luckin, a leading expert in learner-centred design) and Priya Lakhani, among many familiar names. So here is the question for you. What would you change about education?

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