ZPB invited to present benefits of transparency to Education Select Committee at Commons

Appearing before a Select Committee in the House of Commons usually fills one with dread, but luckily they do also host meetings that are more about collaboration than a grilling.

One such meeting took place last week in the House when the Education Select Committee invited the authors of the Open Public Services Network’s report on education data to talk to them through their research and findings. ZPB’s Alex Kafetz joined Roger Taylor, Paul Charman from FFT and Simon Lebus from Cambridge Assessment to discuss a way forward for better use of data in understanding the quality of teaching in our schools …Read More

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