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Steve Munby addresses ICP Council

In August this year, our CEO Steve Munby was asked by the International Confederation of Principals to speak at their 2016 Council Meeting in Perth, Australia.  

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.  

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  

Outcomes based collaboration and a focus on impact

Maggie Farrar reflects on the Schools Partnership Programme's seminar held at Inspiring Leadership, Wednesday 15 June, with co-host Viviane Robinson  

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  

Grown up and restless leadership

Steve Munby, CEO of Education Development Trust weighs in on the Inspiring Leadership Conference  

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.