The Edurio EDI Report

The Edurio EDI Report

Edurio’s brand new report, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Among School Staff, is now launched and available for anyone to download and read!

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Over 16,000 staff members from 380 schools all over England share their perspectives. It has thus become the largest review of school staff experience with EDI in England.

To coincide with the launch of Edurio’s national Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) review, the #EDISummit21 took place on June 21st 2021.

The day was a valuable chance to create a shared understanding and showcase best practices in relation to EDI in our schools and included:
  • Insight from industry professionals
  • Panel discussions with experts
  • Masterclasses on improving EDI strategy
  • Recommendations based on the findings of the report
Speakers at the event included:
  • Abed Ahmed, Head of Department, King Edwards VI Handsworth Wood Girls Academy
  • Amy Ferguson, Deputy Headteacher, Independent Special School
  • Angie Browne, Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI) Consultant
  • Claire Birkenshaw, Lecturer in Childhood and Education, Leeds Becket University
  • David Hermitt, Retired Founding CEO, The Learning Alliance
  • David Weston, Founder and CEO, The Teacher Development Trust
  • Ernest Jenavs, CEO and Co-Founder, Edurio
  • Hannah Wilson, Co-Founder, Diverse Educators
  • Iona Jackson, Head of Research, Edurio
  • Jerrel D Jackson FRSA, MIoD, Chief Creative Changemaker, Creative Academies Network
  • Laura McConnell, Disability Consultant
  • Leora Cruddas, CEO, Confederation of School Trusts
  • Lord Dr Michael Hastings of Scarisbrick CBE
  • Mandy Coalter, Founder, Talent Architects
  • Sajid Gulzar, Executive Head and CEO, Prince Albert Community Trust
  • Sufian Sadiq, Director of Teaching School, Chiltern Learning Trust

How Successful is Your Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Strategy?

The Edurio Equality, Diversity and Inclusion survey will help you gain a better understanding of how staff with different backgrounds, identities, experiences and needs feel in your school or Trust.

The survey provides insights on measures of equality, diversity and inclusion as well as explores the quality of your organisation’s recruitment and advancement processes. This survey will help you develop a sustainable action plan that promotes equality, diversity and inclusion across your organisation.

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