What should be our new Education Secretary’s top priorities? Education professionals and readers respond to this question from The Guardian newspaper, but what would be yours?

Crossfields Institute shares the concern of Koen Lamberts, Richard Evans and many others in Higher Education about the impact of “Brexit” on collaborative research work and access to UK HE institutions by overseas students. Both of these bring diversity and depth to our universities and HE Institutes. We also hope that Justine Greening will take seriously the question “what will actually be best for children, teachers and parents?” and encourage her department to be open to creative, learner-centred approaches to education for all ages.

The education secretary, Justine Greening. Photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA
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