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Reform options: London 2020

Educators and policymakers each presented their preferred option for private school reform, and our audience then voted on their favourite proposal.

Guest speakers: Hans Broekman, principal of Liverpool College; David Benson, founding principal of Kensington Aldridge Academy; Adam D’Souza, private school senior teacher; Carl Smith, principal of Casterton College; Stephanie Cryan, Labour councillor in Rotherhithe; Dan Townsend, teacher at The Charter School, Dulwich.

Chair: Kate Clanchy.

Location: Kensington Aldridge Academy, London.

This event was £5 a ticket.

View details of schedule here.

View video of the event on our YouTube channel below.

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