This case study highlights Navigant's work with Building Schools for the Future, a wide-ranging program to change in England's 3,500 state secondary schools
This case study highlights Navigant's work with Building Schools for the Future (BSF), a wide-ranging program to change in England's 3,500 state secondary schools and, ultimately, to build stronger, more sustainable communities. Because schools sit at the heart of the local community, they have the potential to kick-start local economic regeneration by contributing to adult learning and propagating the wider skills agenda that can lead to long-term sustainable communities. Working with BSF in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, Navigant created the �what and how� vision at the LA and school levels. BSF affects some 3.3 million students aged 11-19, their teachers, administrators and neighbors. The program requires each school to work with local authority (LA) to develop its own School Strategy for Change. Navigant's transformation team successfully led a team of teachers, LA and the BSF team to develop a strategic framework for inclusion. Results include developing ways to balance school strengths and weaknesses, while playing to the borough's strengths and provide advice on effective change management in individual schools with stakeholder events.
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