Akosua has 10+ years experience working in FE/HE education. She has a BA, MPhil & PhD in Philosophy (viva pending) from University College London. Within education her roles have included lecturer, project manager and head of department, with responsibilities including teaching, curriculum development and delivering quantifiable increases in academic attainment and student engagement. Akosua joined Regent College London in May 2019, to work on the project Thinking into Character. Under her guardianship, in November 2019 the project won an IHE award for Excellence in Student Collaboration and was shortlisted for the IHE award for Excellence in course design and delivery. Akosua is passionate about widening participation, and is interested in the intersection between education, policy and the third sector.
#MentalHealth is not an add-on
Mental health concerns are likely to emerge or to be compounded in lockdown. Being stuck indoors, being unable to see family members, attempting to home educate children, working in frontline services or the financial strain of being furloughed, all add to an unprecedented cocktail of triggers for anxiety and depression.
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