TES announces new partnership with Bett and the Education Show to support the sharing of teaching ideas

TES is to expand its role in helping teachers to share their best ideas, in a new partnership with the Bett education technology shows and the Education Show.

TES will be the global knowledge partner for the leading education events, in a move that will see the brands work together with their networks of teachers to help deliver inspiring content in the UK and around the world.

The Bett shows take place in the UK, Asia, Middle East and Latin America, and the Education Show will be held in Birmingham in March. The UK Bett show will take place in London from 20-23 January.

The conferences, run by the international events company i2i Events Group, showcase the ideas that have the greatest impact on educational outcomes.

Rob Grimshaw, chief executive of TES Global, said: “TES believes teachers are the real experts in education. This exciting partnership will allow us to reach and support an even greater number of global educators, helping them to find the tools and technology they need to excel in the classroom.”

Ann Mroz, digital publishing director and editor of TES, said: “I’m delighted about this partnership, which will allow teachers around the world to share their best ideas. Our mission at TES is to give teachers access to the information, insights, tools and technology they need to excel in the classroom, and I believe this partnership is a valuable part of that.”

Mark Shashoua, chief executive of i2i Events Group, added: “Bett and the Education Show are thrilled to be working with TES as global knowledge partner, bringing even more content, insight and resources to our education audiences around the year and on-site. Timely, audience-specific information is what educators want and this partnership signifies how central this is to both of our shows.”

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