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Leave no girl behind

Susy Ndaruhutse, Head of Education Reform at Education Development Trust, attended a reception to highlight the importance of ensuring 12 years of quality education and learning for all as part of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting on 19 ...  

Putting peer review to the test

Training is underway for some 450 schools who have signed up for our Schools Partnership Programme. This latest cohort is part of an Education Endowment Foundation-funded evaluation of the Schools Partnership Programme – one of the largest ...  

Transforming education in Rwanda: Building Learning Foundations launch

Rwanda's state minister for primary and secondary education, Dr Isaac Munyakazi, as well as the British High Commissioner, Joanne Lomas, attended the official launch of the Building Learning Foundations programme in Kigali, Rwanda on 13 March 2018.  

Education Development Trust at Teacher Skills Forum 2018

Education Development Trust played a key role at this year's Teacher Skills Forum in Jordan which ran from 3-4 March; subject specialists from the organisation delivered eight sessions to an audience of more than 1,000 teachers from the Arab world.  

In partnership with Tate Modern

What has crochet got to do with computers? On 27 February around 120 London primary school pupils explored just that question at Tate Modern as part of the Tate Exchange programme.  

Girls in Kenya: scholarships and safeguarding

Our life-changing work in Kenya continues as our latest interventions – scholarships for the most vulnerable and specialist safeguarding training – take immediate and powerful effect.  

London CLC recognised for excellence at Bett

Education Development Trust's award-winning tech hub, London Connected Learning Centre, joined the best of the industry last night as a finalist at the 2018 Bett Awards. Shortlisted in the 'service and support' category, the innovative team in ...  

Building a future for Syria’s refugees

Education Development Trust has been working to support Syria’s refugees in both Jordan and now Lebanon.  

England’s schools say ‘yes’ to working together

More than a thousand schools expressed interest in taking part in an Education Endowment Foundation-funded evaluation of the Schools Partnership Programme, Education Development Trust's cluster-based approach to school improvement.  

Technology: are today’s children ready for tomorrow’s world?

How do we make sure that today's children have the digital skills required for tomorrow's world? The Telegraph grappled with this issue in its latest report, Education in the open economy, and asked Sarah Horrocks, director of our award-winning ...