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London CLC leading by example

London Connected Learning Centre (London CLC) is blazing an international trail by sharing its pioneering ways of working with Dutch and Danish delegations.  

Going global in Wales

How do we extend student's learning beyond the local context? How do we bring to life a curriculum with global content that develops children and young people as ethical and informed citizens of Wales and the world? The role of the Global Learning ...  

Watch teaching and learn more

Education Development Trust has joined forces with Oxford University to head up, on behalf of the Department for Education, the England arm of a pioneering international study.  

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 ...  

Education Development Trust to work with UNICEF developing guidance on secondary education in the areas of equity, gender and skills

Education Development Trust has recently started work on a new contract with UNICEF to develop programmatic guidance for UNICEF's regional and country offices on secondary education in the areas of equity, gender and skills.  

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 ...  

London Connected Learning Centre at Inspiring Leadership 2016

At the Inspiring Leadership Conference 2016, co-hosted by Education Development Trust at the ICC in Birmingham, our stand hosted a number of 'pop-up' talks for headteachers.  

Rapid School Improvement

New research report, launched by Steve Munby at our Inspiring Leadership Conference last week, shows the steps taken by a group of schools to improve the quality of education they offer  

Redistributing excellence

New research showing that thousands of England's teachers are willing to move school - and even move home - to take on the challenge of raising standards and improving the life chances of some of the country's most disadvantaged schools and pupils.  

Tate Modern and the London Connected Learning Centre

Education Development Trust's London Connected Learning Centre has been selected as an associate organisation by new Tate Modern for its new Tate Exchange 'open experiment'.