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Baseline evaluation of the Durham Commission on Creativity and Education Report.

Cramman, Helen and Menzies, Victoria and Gray, Helen and Mee, Dawn and Eerola, Paivi (2020) 'Baseline evaluation of the Durham Commission on Creativity and Education Report.', Project Report. Durham University, Durham .


The Durham Commission on Creativity and Education published its Report on 11/10/2019 (Durham Commission, 2019). The Report contained a set of ten Recommendations, which aimed to establish and sustain the conditions for nurturing creativity in education through changes to the education system and wider system of learning for children. The ten Recommendations span a range of organisations that interact with the education of 0 to 18 year old children including the Department for Education, Ofqual, Ofsted, schools, Arts Council England, Higher Education Institutions, media organisations, youth sector organisations and call for change to take place at all levels of education. When it was first published the Report generated a large amount of interest through media coverage, parliamentary interest and access through the Durham Commission and Arts Council England (ACE) websites. This study aims to understand the early impact of the Report, four months on from its publication.

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Date of first online publication:02 July 2020
Date first made open access:22 July 2020

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