It’s All About Mutuality!

Sonia Blandford takes a look at how 'mutual gain' could work in education.

Blog by Sonia Blandford

If we are in a place and at a time when there has to be a new way of thinking, there has to be recognition of the great things that have come out of initiatives (in health, social care, and education), and indeed, an appraisal of what hasn’t worked and what isn’t working. Rather than repeating mistakes or exacerbating them, there must be a will to change. That will have to come from both sides and is about mutual gain. Mutual gain happens when people, on all sides of the political spectrum, and across all classes and cultures, own the change and have a role to play. So how would it work in education?

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