Education and social justice
|Event details||Education and social justice|
|Organiser name||Rosamund Sutherland|
|School||Graduate School of Education; University of Bristol|
|Time||5:00 pm - 7:00 pm|
|Venue||4:10, Graduate School of Education; University of Bristol|
|Speakers|| Chair: Denis Burn, Chair of the University of Bristol's Council
Brenda Massey, Assistant Mayor for Children, Young People and Education
Rosamund Sutherland, Professor of Education, University of Bristol
Anne Burrell, Principal, Merchants' Academy, Bristol
Rod Mackinnon, Head Teacher, Bristol Grammar School
|Type of event||Debate and discussion|
|Booking link||Book via Eventbrite|
Bristol is a divided City in terms of the educational opportunities available for young people. It is divided with respect to the private and state education on offer within the City. It is also divided because some state schools offer good opportunities for progression to Higher Education and others offer more limited progression. Participants will discuss the issues raised by the panelists who will represent a range of views from different sectors of education.
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