A level reform: OCR Subject Forums
As part of its work on developing A Levels with higher education, OCR has set up the following subject forums. Members include HE institutions and staff, learned societies, employers and teachers.
Business Studies – more than 30 members including 12 HEI reps + Higher Education Academy, The Association of Business Schools, Coventry Building Society, Regents College London, The Economics, Business and Enterprise Association
Economics – more than 30 members including 14 HEI reps + APT Initiatives Ltd, TV Choice Ltd, Institute of Economic Affairs, The CR Academy, Business in the Community, University of Greenwich Business School, The Economics, Business and Enterprise Association
English – more than 30 members including 11 HEI reps + Shakespeare’s Globe, The English and Media Centre, National Association of Writers in Education, Royal Shakespeare Company, British Library, Writers’ Centre Norwich, Oxford University Press
History – more than 20 members including 7 HEI reps + Historical Association, Royal Historical Society, Schools History Project, Midlands History Forum, The National Archives, Imperial War Museum, The British Museum
Mathematics – more than 40 members including 11HEI reps + ACME, Royal Statistical Society, Joint Mathematical Council, Nuffield, Professional Engineering Institutions, Operation Research Society, Royal Statistical Society Centre for Statistical Education, Gatsby Foundation, MEI, The Mathematical Association, The Institute of Mathematics and its Applications
Modern Foreign Languages – more than 40 members including 17 HEI reps + The National Centre for Languages, Independent Schools’ Modern Languages Association, University Council of Modern Languages, The Living Word Language Services, Chartered Institute of Linguists, The Vocational Language Company, National Association of Language Advisors
Psychology – nearly 40 members including 22 HEI reps + National Science Learning Centre, The British Psychological Society, Association of Heads of Psychology Departments, HMP Featherstone, Higher Education Academy, Association for the Teaching of Psychology
Science – more than 30 members including 9 HEI reps + BAE Systems, Nuffield, The Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry, Royal Society of Biology, Wellcome Trust, SCORE, Royal Society of Chemistry, Gatsby Charitable Foundation, Association of Science Education, Institute of Physics
IT and Computing
Health and Social Care
There is also a Humanities forum. Members include: The British Library, Royal Geographical Society and The Historical Association. This forum is different to the others as it is focussed on a specific qualification development.
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