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Case studies

As an education charity, we transform lives by improving education around the world. We help to shape education systems and design education solutions to give young people everywhere a brighter future. Our work is evidence informed and we invest annually in our programme of educational research. For some examples of the work we have done, please take a look through our case studies.

    

Case Studies

Setting up the Dubai Schools Inspection Bureau

Education Development Trust has built a reputation as the world's leading authority on school inspections, evaluations and accountability. In 2007 the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) along with Education Development Trust assisted ...  

School inspection in Abu Dhabi

Education Development Trust delivers a comprehensive school inspections programme in Abu Dhabi setting a framework of accountability for government and private schools across the emirate, to increase students’ attainment to international standards ...  

Closing the gap: test and learn

Education Development Trust was appointed by National College for Teaching and Leadership to train 345 teachers on how to use randomised controlled trials (RCTs) to measure the effectiveness of seven pre-determined education interventions, the first ...  

The Schools Partnership Programme

The Schools Partnership Programme (SPP) is a cluster-based approach to school improvement, developed by schools, for schools. We are currently working with over 500 schools in England.  

National Careers Service

Education Development Trust is an established authority on careers advice and guidance in the UK and internationally. We deliver the National Careers Service in England in the north-east and south-central regions.  

SPP: the Centurion Collaboration

The Centurion partnership is a group of six small primary schools in rural Lincolnshire, UK, all different in size, structure and character. After three years of working in partnership they were looking for a deeper level of collaboration to further ...  

Driving adoption of a national education framework in Wales

Following a disappointing PISA performance in 2009, the Welsh government developed a curriculum planning tool called the Literacy and Numeracy Framework, borne out of international best practice, to identify the expected outcomes for students. The ...  

Education Services in Lincolnshire County, 2002-2017

Lincolnshire County is the fourth largest county in England and is rural and mostly sparsely populated. In 2000, a report by the Office of Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Schools, in conjunction with the Audit Commission, found an unacceptably high ...  

Core Maths Support Programme

Education Development Trust [operating at the time as CfBT Education Trust] was selected to introduce a new Core Maths qualification with a focus on problem solving rather than theory, designed for students who had a GCSE grade C or above in ...  

The Schools Partnership Programme

The Schools Partnership Programme is our cluster-based school improvement model based on rigorous and impact-focused peer review. We support school leaders to drive their own improvement, through a continuous cycle of self-review, peer review and ...