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Consultations

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Members of Naace are actively involved in developing policy, exploring the potential of new technologies, reviewing the impact of initiatives and improving learning and teaching through the appropriate use of ICT. Consultations and 'Think Tanks' lead to informed policy position papers and other published outcomes.

Recent consultations included the Royal Society Call for Evidence on Computing In Schools, Rose Review into the primary curriculum and the consultation on the Classroom Quality Standards for gifted and talented education. Naace responded to the consultation on the e-skills UK 5 year strategic plan and more recently has added position papers following successful think tanks on ICT in BSF and Moving Towards Online Reporting.

Current consultations

Naace responds to consultations on proposed Government policy and issues raised by expert bodies relating to "advancing education through ICT". All members with expertise and interest in the topic are encouraged to contribute, normally through the wiki in Naace Knowledge section of the website.

Most recent responses and position papers

Naace works closely with DCFS, Becta, QCDA, Ofsted and other key organisations involved with 'advancing education through ICT'. Responses are sought from Members to inform consultations originating from these bodies.

The most recent of these are linked below. Others (where available) may be found by searching for part of the title of a specific consultation or 'position paper'.

Reports from Naace Think Tanks

As part of its role in maintaining an up-to-date view of issues relating to ICT in education, Naace holds Think tanks. Following discussion and debate with a range of well-informed practitioners, Naace publishes outcomes, reports and summary information.

Latest Naace Press Releases

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Here you can find the latest press releases from Naace.
Consultations
Members of Naace are actively involved in developing policy, exploring the potential of new technologies, reviewing the impact of initiatives and improving learning and teaching through the appropriate use of ICT. Consultations and 'Think Tanks' lead to informed policy position papers and other published outcomes.
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