In preparation of the Lifelong Education Commission's second report, we will be hosting an online Evidence Session to hear from experts on the field.
The Evidence Sessions will be run in a Select Committee format, with invited Experts providing their evidence and views and Commissioners asking follow-up questions.
This Evidence Session will focus on how Education and Skills can play a role in local agendas, especially when aiming to turn around places, by creating an ecosystem that supports talent and innovation.
Michael Stevenson, Senior Adviser-PISA, OECD
Prof. Riccardo Crescenzi, Professor of Economic Geography, LSE
Dr Pauline Anderson, Senior Lecturer, Work, Employment and Organisation, University of Strathclyde