*Video* | Fair Education Alliance pre-election debate | Closing the divide: Can education ever be fair for all?

On the 16th March, The Fair Education Alliance, of which Whole Education is a member, hosted a pre-election debate between the Conservative, Liberal Democrat and Labour spokespeople for education, Nicky Morgan, David Laws, and Tristram Hunt, on the topic of ‘Closing the divide: Can education ever be fair for all?’


Watch the full debate in the video above.
 
Read a summary of debate here.

 

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