Dylan Wiliam

The deputy director of the IOE discusses the state of education Dylan Wiliam, Deputy Director of the Institute of Education offers a radical point of view on many areas of education.
In a varied career, he has taught in urban state schools, directed a large-scale testing programme, served a number of roles in university administration, including Dean of a School of Education and pursued a research programme focused on supporting teachers to develop their use of assessment in support of learning.

In a frank conversation, the former Education Secretary and Dylan Wiliam discuss the state of education in our schools today and how we can improve it, from policy to classroom tips. He holds strong views on our current assessment system and believes that it only suits some pupils, while alienating others who are capable of achieving good results.

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