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Cambridge Primary Review

Europe and North America; United Kingdom

General informationCambridge University
Goal 1. Early childhood education
Educational systems and levels; Early childhood education
Project description
The Cambridge Primary Review is a wide-ranging and independent enquiry into the condition and future of primary education in England. It was supported by Esmée Fairbairn Foundation and based at the Faculty of Education at the University of Cambridge. The Review combines analysis of the current system with exploration of the national and global challenges which lie ahead; and it considers how, in the interests of both children and society, primary education should respond to these. The Review ran for three years from 1st October 2006, and has culminated in a report containing recommendations for future policy and practice. Interim reports and briefings were published along the way in order to stimulate debate.
2006 - 2010
PartnersRobin, Alexander