Melissa Benn, education journalist and author of ‘School Wars’, will be speaking at the next
Birmingham CASE (Campaign for State Education) public meeting on Tuesday 11 June 7.15 at the T&G Offices, Broad St, Birmingham (opposite Novotel).
Tuesday 11th June
T&G / Unite offices, Broad Street, B15 1AY
Unite building is accessible with a manual wheelchair but unfortunately the lift is too small for motorised wheelchairs. Accessible toilets are available at the venue.
School Wars: what really lies behind the current education revolution?
What are the real motives and values underlying Michael Gove’s ‘new schools revolution’, enacted with breathtaking and undemocratic haste since 2010? And how can we build a strong case for state education that also encompasses school improvement, high quality learning, particularly for poorer children, but a greater measure of democratic involvement in our schools?
All welcome. Please publicise.