Freedom To Learn Project | Thinking differently about education
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The Freedom to Learn Project wants to find out what happens when schools and universities, across a range of countries, make a decision to operate differently from the norm. Do radical and alternative ways of working have a positive impact on students? Do they reduce social and educational inequality? Do they offer an insight into how to improve education for all? The Freedom to Learn Project is an all-encompassing name which incorporates several separate but interlinked projects. They are all concerned with FREEDOM, AUTONOMY and SOCIAL JUSTICE.

Freedom to Learn Forum

23-26th August 2019

The Freedom to Learn Forum is an annual event for children, parents, educators and other pioneers to gather together, get inspired and to envision what a fairer, freer more democratic education and society would look like. 23-26th August. Braziers Park, Ipsden, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, OX10 6AN

Our Manifesto

Freedom To Learn is underpinned by

an important set of principles…

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