What should we do now? A manifesto from the Right2Learn campaign
In our new manifesto Right2Learn sets out the five principles against which we will judge government policy.
Past, Present and Future: Ruth Spellman and Tim Melville-Ross
Ruth Spellman and Tim Melville-Ross say we desperately need an education service which matches our society's needs.
Jude Mortimer: What do you want to be when you grow up?
Jude Mortimer says education for adults needs a more positive image and should be offered without barriers or restrictions.
R2L team: Help make the right to learn real for everyone in 2021
Help us build a Right2Learn manifesto so that everyone has fair access to learning from cradle to grave.
Vicky Duckworth and Matt Waddup: The Right to learn is an idea whose time has come
Vicky Duckworth and Matt Waddup on why we must tackle the inequality exacerbated by unfair access to education.
Jonathan Michie: Who will deliver “the right to learn”?
Professor Jonathan Michie argues that delivering a right to learn requires cooperation and coordination not competition.
Stephen Exley: Lockdown unearthed inequalities, but it did not create them.
We have a rare opportunity to rethink our education system from the bottom up argues Stephen Exley
Bob Harrison: we must break the cycle of deprivation
Bob Harrison argues that we must all work together to transform our communities,
Kirstie Donnelly: This is our act now moment for lifelong learning
Kirstie Donnelly says the current challenges we face make this an 'act now' moment for lifelong learning.
Gordon Marsden: Scrapping the Union Learning Fund is an act of economic vandalism
Scrapping the Union Learning Fund is a spiteful act of economic vandalism says Gordon Marsden.