Jean Gross is an education expert who has led many national initiatives aimed at improving the learning, attainment and wellbeing of disadvantaged children and those with special educational needs.
She is committed to “making a difference for children and young people who don’t have much going for them in their lives.” She is interested in providing advice and support to those who share this commitment and are working at a strategic level to make change happen for children.
Read some of Jean's recent blogs:
- on literacy difficuties
- on engaging parents in their children's learning
- on closng the attainment gap for white boys from kow income backgrounds (primary)
- on closing the attanment gap for white boys from kow income backgrounds (secondary)
- on self-efficacy
- on self-regulation
- on mental health in schools
- on early language
Jean also writes in a personal capacity, about the death of her daughter Kate and the impact on the family. You can read her account here