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Instructions and Help about Which Form 2220 Feedback

When was the last time you heard somebody say, "Wow, this new government regulation has really improved the education for my kid"? I am neither, but I bet you have heard somebody say that their child's life has changed radically because of a change of school or a new class. So, the difference in the quality of education across schools within a country is far greater than the difference in country averages across Europe. In order to improve education for kids right now, instead of bickering about the next legislation, we should be finding ways to improve the quality of education school by school. One way we can do this is by building a strong culture of feedback within every school. I used to work as a strategy consultant in London, helping large organizations improve the way they do business. I worked with some very exciting organizations in fields like diamonds and sewage treatment. I saw that there was one big difference between those that were rapidly improving and those that weren't - their willingness to listen to their customers, partners, and employees. Feedback from others is at the core of how we improve. Two years ago, I left the consulting world and founded Durio, a web platform that helps schools easily collect and analyze feedback from students, parents, and teachers. Schools have been working in the dark. There is a growing desire from teachers and school heads to find ways to improve the quality of education, but they often lack the information to know what they should be doing differently. Currently, the only systematic data used in schools is the grades, and is that really a measure of good education? Recently, I had dinner with a friend who was very impressed with his son's new school. He spoke about...