Tes joins World Education Summit 2021

Tes is a major partner of the World Education Summit 2021.

Tes joins World Education Summit 2021

The World Education Summit is the biggest education conference of the year and will be held online between the 22nd and the 25th March 2021.

Speakers at the World Education Summit 2021 include Professor John Hattie, best known for his Visible Learning research, Professor Sugata Mitra, famous for his “Hole in the Wall” experiment and Professor Carol Ann Tomlinson, the world’s foremost expert in differentiated instruction.

Tes is an international provider of software-enabled services and has been providing teachers worldwide with vital news and views for over 100 years. Tes is connected to more than 13m teachers and educators and has working relationships with 25,000 schools in over 100 countries.

As part of the partnership, Tes will bring the latest news about the Summit, which will host over 200 speakers on 8 virtual stages, directly to schools and teachers.

Simon Lock, Tes Senior Digital Editor said:

“The World Education Summit comes at a time when schools face a unique set of challenges. The loss of learning, the changes to assessment and the issues surrounding the safety and wellbeing of children will need to be mitigated with research and strategy.

“To get so many great minds from across the globe under one virtual roof offers an incredible opportunity, and one that is only going to benefit educators and help support schools as they navigate the coming months.”

Stephen Cox, CEO of World Education Summit said:

"The World Education Summit is a symbol of what is possible in our new educational world - a beacon of hope at a time when teachers and leaders need it most. Connecting the very best academics, thought leaders, paradigm shifters, leaders and teachers globally with learning front and centre. Wisdom will be debated and discussed by global experts from Sadhguru to John Hattie, Goldie Hawn to Ruby Wax, a school in Peru to a school in UK. Let’s make 2021 the year of learning - not the year of COVID.”