Evidence Session - Creating a local ecosystem that supports talent and innovation
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