Middle leadership in the Middle East

Niki Thomas, Education Development Trust associate consultant, reflects on training she delivered as part of a middle leadership development pilot project in Alexandria, Egypt.  

Place-based school improvement: three simple suggestions for the Opportunity Areas

Having been a teacher, manager, researcher and trainer working in primary, secondary, further and higher education as well as a special school and pupil referral units, Matt Davis is now regional director for the UK at Education Development Trust.  

Blog: Kenya – how different can it be?

Elizabeth Thorold, communications manager at Education Development Trust, travelled to Kenya to see our work delivering Wasichana Wote Wasome, part of the UK-government-funded Girls' Education Challenge, in action.  

BLOG - My time in Turkana and Nairobi

Alexia di Marco reflects on her time in Turkana and Nairobi while working on the research report, Disadvantaged girls in Kenyan schools  

BLOG - The upcoming Global Dialogue

Maggie Farrar, Lead Associate for the Schools Partnership Programme, comments on the upcoming event.  

Facilitating the Atlantic Rim Collaboratory Summit

Our CEO Steve Munby on his facilitation of the inaugural Atlantic Rim Collaboratory (ARC) summit, Reykjavik, Iceland.  

BLOG - Developing an inclusive approach to education in Rwanda

Principal Adviser, Jacqui Mattingly, reflects on her work in Rwanda  

BLOG - Studies on the right to education for children with disabilities

Principal advisor, Jacqui Mattingly, discusses her time in Rwanda, Madagascar and Comoros  

BLOG - Providing education for displaced children in North-East Nigeria

Chris Joynes, a Senior international advisor for Education Development Trust, visited Nigeria to review UNICEF's work in the North-Eastern states, providing education to children affected by the Boko Haram insurgency.  

BLOG - My long journey to research

Cyril Brandt is studying towards a PhD in International Development Studies at the University of Amsterdam. Here he describes his time doing fieldwork in the Democratic Republic of Congo