Friday 26 May 2017, 9.30 – 13.30
University of Dundee, Dalhousie 2G12
This event is for all Family Learning Practitioners in the different roles across the sector. The event is an opportunity to explore the current policy framework and creative practice approaches in Family Learning. Speakers will offer perspectives on policy and practice and you will be invited to debate what the sector can do to address the attainment gap, a current Scottish Government education priority and address the following questions:
What can Family Learning practitioners proactively do as individuals to address the attainment gap?
What collective actions are required by Family Learning Practitioners, at all levels, to gain recognition in the Scottish Education sector for the value of non-formal and informal learning provision to address the attainment gap?
Soup provided but bring your own sandwich.
For more information contact Jackie Howie firstname.lastname@example.org
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