Ralph Scott

Ralph Scott

Ralph Scott is Head of Citizenship and Political Participation at the think-tank Demos, with research interests in education policy, character, citizenship and social integration.

He is currently leading Demos’ work on character, including two reports published last year – Character Nation and Learning by Doing – as well as an ongoing project in collaboration with The Scout Association piloting a co-curricular intervention in six UK schools, supported by the Department for Education’s Character Grant.

His research has been published in peer-reviewed journals and covered by the BBC, the Sunday Times, TES, the Telegraph, the Guardian and the Economist. He is Editor of the Demos Quarterly, Demos’s magazine of political ideas.

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Debating the Purpose of Education: a much-needed conversation or a distraction?

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Do we know what the purpose of the education system in England is? What value would having a clear purpose bring to everyone involved? And is this just a conversation for educationalists and policy makers or should it be broader? This panel will bring together a range of perspectives from education, policy, business and the […]

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