Passion for education
My commitment to you will be to fight for choice, inclusion and diversity in education. Each community has different strengths and different needs, and it’s important that the school system isn’t just “one size fits all.”
I believe we need to think differently, and think ahead about how schools can knit communities together at a time when education and the economy are not just local, but global.
In this day and age, there is simply no reason why families and communities can’t be more involved in the decisions that matter. I’m convinced that the problems we’re facing can’t be solved by nine people in a boardroom. We need to build new partnerships, and give community members a real voice.
RT @Jantafrench: Ip says it will be hard for him to explain to parents in Keswick, a 10 yo 'hood, why no new school while mature area gets…