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Technology: are today’s children ready for tomorrow’s world?

How do we make sure that today's children have the digital skills required for tomorrow's world? The Telegraph grappled with this issue in its latest report, Education in the open economy, and asked Sarah Horrocks, director of our award-winning ...  

Filling the teacher gap

UK Director Matt Davis shares his thoughts on filling the UK teacher gap: keeping the new guard in post.  

How Future Teaching Scholars can address the STEM gender imbalance

If the gender balance of tomorrow's maths and physics teachers from the Future Teaching Scholars programme is anything to go by, more women than men could enter into maths- or physics-related careers in the future.  

The science of teaching

Education Development Trust is collaborating with leading global charity Wellcome Trust in a world first to complete 20 teacher-led randomised controlled trials in partnership with leading neuroscientists and teachers from 31 schools and teaching ...  

Education Development Trust at UKFIET 2017

Education Development Trust has a long and close relationship with UKFIET, the education and development forum – and in particular, with its biennial conference. This year’s conference takes place once again in Oxford from 5-7 September ...  

Anna Searle joins Education Development Trust

Anna Searle, currently Director of English Language at British Council will be joining Education Development Trust in October. Anna will be heading up Education Development Trust's large-scale programmes globally as Education Services Group Director.  

Patrick Brazier becomes Chief Executive

Patrick Brazier has taken over from Steve Munby as Chief Executive of Education Development Trust. Patrick joined Education Development Trust in 2013 as International Director before becoming Education Services Director overseeing programmes in the ...  

Principled leadership in challenging times

Education Development Trust co-hosted the fourth Inspiring Leadership conference in Birmingham from 7-9 June. Some 1,200 school leaders came together for the annual conference, taking time out to reflect and re-energise while learning from peers and ...  

World Refugee Day 2017

Education Development Trust is working with UNESCO’s International Institute for Education Planning (IIEP) on an international research project looking at the education of refugees and, particularly, the role of teachers.  

An interview with Anne Dickins

Anne Dickins MBE, a guest speaker at Inspiring Leadership, talks with Education Development Trust.