LS 3.2 The final frontier?

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Dr Chris Gerry has been challenging the educational status quo for years. He’s been both headteacher and executive headteacher of six secondary schools over the past 18 years where he’s made significant changes to the way the curriculum is delivered. Most recently he was responsible for the rebuilding of Hugh Christie Technology College in Tonbridge – one of the first schools to be wireless and with a 1:1 student/device ratio – and later at New Line Learning and Cornwallis Academy in Maidstone. Now retired from teaching and working as a consultant, we asked him to reflect on the rationale behind the New Line Learning plazas and what’s happened since.

DATE: 14/03/2017
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