University of Glasgow professor leads global education initiative

The UNESCO International Bureau of Education has published Reaching Out to All Learners, a set of resource materials that will be used globally to promote inclusion and equity in education. Developed by Professor Mel Ainscow CBE, professor of education at the University of Glasgow, with advice from a group of international experts, the materials focus […]

Review of regional collaboration in education finds many positives

In December, the Scottish Government and the Convention of Scottish Local Authorities (COSLA) published a review of Scotland’s Regional Improvement Collaborations (RICs). Scotland’s six RICs were set up in early 2018, bringing together the education departments of local governments in the regional areas. They bring together a range of professionals with a focus on supporting […]

Finding pathways to equity

Published today (15 July 2021), Educational Equity; Pathways to Success is a new book by the Robert Owen Centre for Educational Change and the Children’s Neighbourhoods Scotland researchers that looks at what can be done to promote greater equity in education. We spoke to the book’s authors and editors, Professors Chris Chapman and Mel Ainscow […]