Education Reform Conference 2011
Venue: Arlington Conference Center
|Event Date/Time: Dec 06, 2011||End Date/Time: Dec 06, 2011|
|Registration Date: Nov 20, 2011|
|Early Registration Date: Oct 01, 2011|
Government Knowledge is proud to present the Education Conference 2011, which will provide delegates with the opportunity to assess how the reforms in the CSR 2010 and Budget 2011 have affected students, teachers and management in schools across the country.
This conference will address how the Education Bill 2011 will assist in raising standards in our schools, pulling poorly underperforming schools back into acceptable standards of education and the impact of the new pupil premium for disadvantaged students. Alongside these reforms, this conference will look at the introduction of an English Baccalaureate in an attempt to reform the National Curriculum.
Attendees at this conference will range from school leaders, including Governors and Head teachers to other school management professionals, Chief Executives of Academies and local and central government stakeholders involved with delivering change within the education system. We look forward to hearing from invited speaker Rt Hon Michael Gove MP, Secretary of State for Education who will deliver the keynote address at this conference.
Other issues to be discussed at this conference include, encouraging the best graduates into teaching, the debate around the success and validity of academies and free schools, the replacement of the building schools for the future programme, innovations in classroom technologies, reforming inspections of schools and improving behaviour in the classroom.
This conference will provide delegates with the perfect opportunity to hear from and question key policy makers and drivers as well as network with peers and stakeholders from across the education arena.
We look forward to seeing you at the conference.