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'SOCIAL ENTERPRISE: JUST WHAT THE HEADTEACHER ORDERED?

Is there a place for social enterprise in the delivery of school reform? Social Enterprise London has gathered together a panel of experts to discuss this topic.


'SOCIAL ENTERPRISE: JUST WHAT THE HEADTEACHER ORDERED?'

Wednesday 13 June 2007, 9.30am - 12.30pm

City Marketing Suite, Guildhall, Basinghall Street, London EC2

Is there a place for social enterprise in the delivery of schools reform? Social Enterprise London has gathered together a panel of experts to discuss this topic.

Panel members include:
- Heath Monk, Deputy Schools Commissioner, DfES

- Gary Sturgess, Executive Director, Serco Institute

- Rick Williams, CEO, New Model School

- James Stanfield, Research Associate, E.G. West Centre, University of Newcastle

- Michael Newman, Schools Project Worker for the Humanities Education Centre and AS Neill Summerhill School.


Speaker(s):

Heath Monk | talks | www
Rick Williams | talks | www
Gary Sturgess | talks | www
James Stanfield | talks | www
Michael Newman | talks

 

Date and Time:

13 June 2007 at 9:30 am

Duration:

3 hours

 

Venue:

City Marketing Suite (Guildhall)
Bassinghall Street
London


http://www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/Corporation/business_city/locating/city_marketing.htm
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Organised by:

Social Enterprise London
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Tickets:

Free (by registration)

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To attend, please email your name, address and telephone number to Wan Saiful Wan Jan (wan@sel.org.uk)

Additional Information:

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