Gabriel Heller Sahlgren, Lead Economist, CfEE
|13 Nov 2018
24 Tufton Street
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Cambridge Assessment is sponsoring the Centre for Education Economics (CfEE) forthcoming report launch and panel discussion on The achievement-wellbeing trade-off in education.
The CfEE is an independent think tank working to inform policy and practice in education with impartial economic research.
This event is exclusive to CfEE members only. If you would like to join the forum and be involved with CfEE’s initiatives, contact James Croft, Executive Director on email@example.com
At this event CfEE lead economist, and report author, Gabriel Heller-Sahlgren and panellists discuss the evidence for and against the progressive theory of the relationship between pupil wellbeing and achievement; alternative conceptualisations; and whether we might be served by taking the concept of trade-offs between different educational goals more seriously.
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