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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 ...  

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.  

Council of British International Schools (COBIS) annual conference

Education Development Trust will be attending the Council of British International Schools (COBIS) Annual Conference at the Intercontinental hotel at the O2, London from 7-9 May.  

Contract win in Tunisia

Education Development Trust is working with the European Union Delegation in Tunisia, to help identify and design a support programme for the Tunisian education system.  

Pioneering comparison of education reform around the world

Our latest report, Interesting cities: five approaches to urban school reform, is a pioneering comparison of the approaches used to improve school standards in five diverse cities around the world: London, New York, Dubai, Rio de Janeiro and Ho Chi ...  

Steve Munby on Ofsted: time to go back to first principles

I believe that Ofsted has had a significantly positive impact in raising standards in schools over the last 20 years or so. Expectations have been raised, mediocre practice has been challenged and schools that were letting down their pupils have ...