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The Highs in Education

I think we have finally made a break through.  #Vis2040, the SSAT Vision 2040 Project Group, has been together for just over a year.  We have struggled to define ourselves and the unique contribution, to the education debate, we could make.  Much of what we have seen and done as a group has been much more 2020 than 2040.  The decision to move away from an action research approach – others are better qualified to do this and finding time was proving impossible – towards co-constructing a compelling meta-narrative; a values rich, engaging and ultimately aligning story, fits the group far better.

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