Unequal Wales: Evidence and Action - Education

25th February 2010
The Depot Studio, Swansea

The evidence across equality strands with expert sessions on:

  • Child poverty
  • bullying
  • behaviour and attendance

What works? Lessons from learners

Sessions include:

  • Born to fail? Education, equality and the future –Prof. David Egan

Prof. David Egan is Director of the Wales Institute for Applied Education Research at UWIC and a former special adviser to the Welsh Assembly Government

  • Bullying - the differences that make a difference – Prof. Debbie Epstein

Prof. Debbie Epstein is Professor at Cardiff University School of Social Sciences. Her research interests include sexuality, gender and race in education and popular culture.

  • Improving Behaviour and Attendance – Prof. Ken Reid

Prof. Ken Reid is Deputy Vice Chancellor of Swansea Metropolitan University. He chaired the Welsh Assembly Government’s review of school behaviour and attendance.

If you would like to attend this free event please complete the registration form and return by email, or print out the form and return it to:

Daneka Norman
The Bevan Foundation
Innovation Centre
Festival Drive
Ebbw Vale
Blaenau Gwent
NP23 8XA

Last Updated: 28 Jan 2010