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    The Junior Commission
    The Junior Commission are
    handpicked IGGY members
    tasked with a yearlong research project.
    Uniting from across the globe,
    they aim to influence the policy makers
    in education and technology.
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    Report findings
    54% of teachers agree that
    access to technology would
    benefit under-performing students.
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    Anne-Eléonore Deleersnyder - junior commissioner
    “The ten of us worked as a
    team ignoring geographical and cultural
    distance by sharing and communicating mostly online.”
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    PROFESSOR NIGEL THRIFT - University of Warwick
    “These young people are the
    potential leaders of the future
    and deserve an opportunity to
    share their views and recommendations.”
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    Lord Jim Knight - IGGY JUNIOR COMMISSION ADVISORY PANEL
    “Too often, we forget how
    much more insight is gained
    by asking young people to help
    us tackle intractable problems.”
Junior Commissioners visit USA
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Meet the Junior commissioners

IGGY Junior Commissioners work together online and in person to carry out research in a specific area of interest in order to influence policy makers with the aim of making a significant change for future generations.more

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About the Junior Commission

This year, the IGGY Junior Commission focused on the subject of ‘Education and the Internet’. Ten IGGY members were selected to represent the IGGY Junior Commission and carry out a yearlong research project with the aim of influencing policy makers in education and technology.more

Junior Commissioners visit IGGY HQ UK
jc's visit HQ of iggy

About IGGY

IGGY is an online social and educational network created by the University of Warwick for gifted 13-18 year olds to learn and connect. IGGY’s Junior Commission is one of its flagship projects, selecting ten of its members biennially to work together to tackle a current issue facing the world in which we live. more

We would like to thank all the donors and supporters
that make the Junior Commission possible.