On our podcast this week, we're joined by Sophie Sandor, an independent filmmaker and education expert, and Madeline Grant, Editorial Manager at the Institute of Economic Affairs. Interviewed by the IEA's Digital Manager Darren Grimes, Sophie and Madeline take a look at state education in Britain - which currently operates in a near monopoly for ... Continue reading
The IEA’s Head of Education Dr Steve Davies and News Editor Kate Andrews discuss how farming technology is revolutionising our world. Although current discussions of the future of tech tend to focus on AI, automation and robotics, Steve explains how recent advancements in farming offer solutions some of the key crises of our time – ... Continue reading
Watch Prof David Friedman deliver the THINK 2016 keynote address on the "Future Imperfect". What kinds of transformative technologies are likely or possible in the near future? How will they affect us and our relations with government? Will they enhance and extend individual freedom or threaten it – or may they do both? What are ... Continue reading
Author of best selling educational Hacking Your Education and founder of the UnCollege Movement Dale Stephens discusses the current state of the education sector, and what could be done to improve student experiences and lead to better real world outcomes.... Continue reading
Toby Young, Associate Editor of The Spectator, author of How to Lose Friends and Alienate People and What Every Parent Needs to Know, and one of the founders of the West London Free School, spoke at the IEA's THINK Conference in 2015. He discussed the free school movement and why separating education from the government is so ... Continue reading
THINK, the IEA's student conference, brought together students from across the UK, EU and world to discuss the biggest issues of the day and hear from eminent speaker. During the post-event drinks, ieaTV spoke to a few of the students to gauge their reaction. To see more about the IEA's student programme, click here... Continue reading
Prof James Tooley of Newcastle University delivers the E.G. West Memorial Lecture. Including a Q&A session chaired by Mark Littlewood, Director General of the Institute of Economic Affairs.... Continue reading
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