5. A 15-year strategy for education – putting education above short-term party politics and including voices across the sector
There is a sense of fatigue over the amount of churn in education policy.
But arising from the pandemic, we have recently seen the birth of several important commissions who have already begun to point the direction, including the Independent Assessment Commission, Rethinking Assessment, the 2021 House of Lords Committee on Youth Unemployment and the Times Education Commission.
It is now time for us to build on lessons from the past and work together to provide a coherent long-term strategy.