"This is something I am really interested in developing in education. In 2004 Value added league tables were introduced and it was considered a more insightful way to measure students achievements rather than through the traditional performance…"
Hello, I wanted to raise the issue of social return on investment (SROI) as it is something that is rising in prominence among both the charity sector and government, and also across the world. In short it is a way of measuring outcomes that aren't always easy to measure, and representing the outcomes within an economic framework. Most of the talk about SROI is around getting charities to use it to measure what they do and therefore be able to attract funding etc. But I think there is wider…See More
I run the communications department for a charity, manage a successful choir and am a complete book worm,
What do you do, mostly?
What matters most in the world?
If you were Prime Minister what would you do?
Make politics more accessible to everyone, starting in schools by engaging children in how they run their school, introduce proportional representation (if the public vote for it!), aim to have ministers who have actual expertise in their department function so they aren't just the mouthpiece of their advisors - for starters
What does Soft Power say to you?
I shall have to read more about this before i comment! But i'm presuming that it's a different way of working/governing
Do you have children?
Why is this question at all relevant?
What would you like from this site?
To be able to continue the discussions from our actual meetings, get new ideas going
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