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Helping Syrian refugees in Jordan

Our new teacher development project in Jordan in partnership with Queen Rania Teacher Academy, is set to help some of Syria's refugee school children. Six years into the conflict in Syria, access to quality education for Syrian refugees remains an ...  

Supporting 'Liverpool Challenge' to improve educational outcomes

Education Development Trust will be working alongside Sir Tim Brighouse to work with schools in Liverpool, England to further drive up attainment in the city.  

60 Education Development Trust coaches to improve literacy and numeracy skills in Brunei

The Ministry of Education (MoE) in Brunei has signed a new three-year consultancy agreement with CfBT Education Services (B) Sdn Bhd (still the name for Education Development Trust's company in Brunei) to deliver systematic improvement in the ...  

ResearchEd - Research Lead reports

Between 2014 and 2015 we (the Education Development Trust research team) formed a strategic partnership with ResearchED. The outputs of this relationship included a ResearchED website and three publications which focus on the role of the Research ...  

Girls' Education Forum, 7 July

Girls' Education Challenge to help a further 175,000 girls in the world's poorest countries get an education  

Transforming local education systems

The recent White Paper from the Department for Education provides a detailed articulation of the Government's continuing education reform agenda, including increasing academisation and considerable changes to the role of local authorities in ...  

Universal academisation is all push and no pull

To raise standards and encourage collaboration will take more than top-down policy - the profession must be on board, too  

Getting talented teachers to where they are needed most

Education Development Trust considers what could make the government's National Teaching Service initiative effective.  

Teacher-led research – leading evidence from the middle

Wheels are turning within the education system but a firmer push is required to complete the revolution. In this think piece, Richard Churches (Principal Adviser for Research and Evidence Based Practice) argues that the drive for a system led from ...  

Calling for a doubling of aid for education resources

Our article in the New Statesman 'Learning from failure, what the world’s refugee crises are teaching world leaders and humanitarians'  Click here for the full article (opens in a new window) in response to the 'Supporting Syria in ...