The current circumstances have meant that many of us have had to reconsider our future and seek new goals. Lucy Kellaway, however, did so years ago: aged 57, she decided to leave her successful career as a Financial Times columnist and start a new life teaching at a London secondary school. Kellaway has recently published a new book: Re-educated, in which she tells the story of how she changed her life. This writer and educator, co-founder of the educational charity Now Teach, which offers new strategies to teachers, returns to the Hay Festival to talk about her experiences with Santiago Íñiguez, President of the IE University, author of books such as Global Leaders and The Learning Curve and world expert on education.
Arancha González Laya, Lucía Méndez, Simon Kuper, Ana Carbajosa and Daniel Dombey in conversation with Frederick Studemann
Javier Maroto, Elcin Poyrazlar, Gonzalo Garland and Pallavi Aiyar in conversation with Giles Tremlett