Research Fellow, 2007-2008
Briar is now working for CfBT Education Trust carrying out research into supply side reforms and developing the charity’s provision of independent state schools. CfBT’s first Free School, developed in partnership with parents, will open in September 2011.Prior to this Briar qualified as a teacher through the Teach First programme and taught Maths for two years in a London academy.During her time at Policy Exchange she co-wrote reports on economic competitiveness and on education, in particular how to increase the supply of good teachers. Before joining Policy Exchange she worked as a Parliamentary Researcher for an MP. Briar has an MA in Economics from the University of Edinburgh.
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by Briar Lipson | Apr 1, 2008Read Publication In the second of a series of papers and research notes on the teaching profession in the run‐up to the publication of a major report on teacher recruitment, training and retention later this year, Sam Freedman and Briar Lipson look at the Government’s...
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