Think Global’s National Curriculum Review Response

What parents want: a briefing for policymakers

This briefing from Think Global highlights findings from a YouGov survey of parents' attitudes towards their children's education. For policymakers this research indicates a strong demand from parents to ensure topics such as sustainable development, international development and learning about different cultures and communities are part of the taught curriculum.

Community cohesion: where next for schools?

This briefing from Think Global and Runnymede Trust builds on the findings of a high-level round table hosted by Baroness Walmsley in December 2010. It explores how NGOs, teachers and policy-makers can continue to promote community cohesion in a policy environment which aims to reduce prescription and promote school freedom, including no longer inspecting schools’ contributions to community cohesion.