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Personality, Agency and Chance in Educational Policy Making

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John Bangs, who is spending a one term secondment as a Visiting Scholar in the Faculty, will be offering intriguing insights into the vagaries of policy making in education. John has recently been interviewing, among others, Gillian Shepherd, Estelle Morris, Michael Barber, Lord Puttnam, Kenneth Baker and Jim Knight for a forthcoming magnum opus on the shaping and reshaping of education. His choice of title stems from stories of power and personality and the often serendipitous nature of decision making. This promises to be a not-to-be missed opportunity to engage in discussion of issues that deeply affect those in education. The event will be chaired by John MacBeath.

This talk is part of the Leadership for Learning: The Cambridge Network series.

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