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Are you keen to learn how to make schooling equitable and inclusive for all? Join our online lecture on 16 September at 2:00 pm Jakarta time and get insights from Professor Scott Eacott from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) Sydney.
With education being vital to a nation’s social and economic prosperity, an enduring question for governments is how to make schooling equitable and inclusive for all. Focusing on systemic design principles allows school administrators to move beyond ideology and optimise school systems. This shifts attention away from trying to fix teachers or schools, and on to how schooling can be organised to get the best outcomes. Systemic design principles can also generate empirical evidence to inform policy decisions at a school, regional and national level. This can support reforms to improve the equity and inclusiveness of the education system, its outcomes and impacts. This lecture will propose an empirical model built on choice, autonomy, and accountability.
The e-certificate for participation is available. If you are interested in attending this event, RSVP by 15 September at this link. Click here for more information about the online lecture and Professor Scott Eacott.
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