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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.  

Report highlights barriers to girls’ education in Kenya

Following the launch of Education Development Trust's research report, Disadvantaged Girls in Kenyan Schools, we get an insight from Alfred Oduor, one of the team delivering our work as part of the Girls Education Challenge.  

Future Teaching Scholars National Conference

The first Future Teaching Scholars National Conference took place in Nottingham on 15 and 16 September at the East Midlands Conference Centre.  

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.  

Core Maths for the majority

Core Maths, a qualification designed to encourage young people in England to continue studying mathematics after the age of 16, has seen an 80% pass rate in the first sitting of exams.  

Girls' Education Forum, 7 July

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

Creating maths for the majority

Education Development Trust helping to transform the way that maths is taught in schools and colleges across England.  

Rural and coastal schools

Why do coastal schools sometimes seem to face greater challenges than their city counterparts? Keith Batty, Director of Programmes, Lincolnshire  

Achieving Sustainable Development Goals

Changing social attitudes, increasing economic empowerment, increasing access to services - all vital elements in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.