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ROUND UP


What is education for? I


n June, Edge hosted 100 delegates from three continents for two days in Gateshead to


question the purpose of education and how we can best equip young people with the knowledge and skills they need for this century and beyond. Practitioners of some of the most innovative and forward-thinking approaches gathered at BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art in June to share


in Doncaster everyone had experience and insight From the Buck Institute in California to XP School challenging questions facing education today. best practice and find answers to the most


Through Edge Future Learning, we are to share.


bringing the very best features of these


international education systems to the UK. Initially working with a small number of schools and


experience and future life chances of hundreds of making a real difference to the educational colleges around the county, we are already


young people. Go to the Edge Future Learning


positive impact project based learning has had on tab on our website and hear more about the


student attendance, behaviour and engagement in a large school in Tyneside.


Find out about Edge’s work and how we can


joining the next phase of Edge Future Learning at curriculum resources to teacher externships to support your school and staff, from free


http://www.edge.co.uk/edge-future- learning/our-principles.”


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