A distinguished panel share key insights and new ideas emerging from the Global Education Leaders’ Program, a community of education system leaders from twelve cities and countries collaborating to transform education in their contexts.

‘Redesigning Education’ captures the journeys of cities and countries around the world as they travel from the education systems they have to the education systems they need. The book discusses the tools and processes that are being employed along the way and the challenges and successes of whole-system transformation. Redesigning Education has been written by a team from Innovation Unit on behalf of the Global Education Leaders’ Program, a community of education system leaders from twelve cities and countries collaborating to transform education in their contexts. At the RSA, the authors highlighted key insights and new ideas from the programme, and explored what it will take to transform education so that every learner is equipped to make the most of the opportunities and deal with challenges of the 21st century.

Speakers: Kevan Collins, chief executive of the Education Endowment Foundation; Michael Stevenson, co founder GELP for Cisco Systems Inc.; Anthony Mackay, co-chair GELP; David Albury, design and development director, GELP; and Valerie Hannon, director, consultancy support, GELP.

Listen to the podcast of the full event including audience Q&A:thersa.org/__data/assets/file/0014/1525100/20130618KevanCollins.mp3

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