Key Voices #54 – Being 10% braver with WomenEd Co- Founder, Vivienne Porritt

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This week we talk to Vivienne Porritt, Co- Founder and Strategic Lead of #WomenEd about the gender pay gap in teaching and how it could be addressed. We also discuss how #WomenEd has grown to become a global grassroots movement entirely led by volunteers that support and empower women.

At the end of this week’s podcast, we also hear from some of the delegates who attended the recent London Unconference on 7th March, on what #WomenEd means to them.

You can learn more about the work of #WomenEd here and by following them on twitter @WomenEd

Special thanks the following for their “vox pop” contributions:
  • Lindsay Patience, Co-Founder of Flexible Teacher Talent @FlexTeachTalent
  • Kafilat Agboola, Director of Atlas (teacher development), Haberdashers’ Aske’s Federation
  • Emma Shepherd, Founder The MaternityTeacher PaternityTeacher Project @maternityCPD
  • Dr Sarah Westcott, Assistant Head - Pupil Progress at Queen Elizabeth's School, Barnet.
  • Kate Fallan, Director of Teaching Schools at East London Early Years and Schools Partnership

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