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Education World Forum

17 January 2016

Education Development Trust is a sponsor of Education World Forum 16 [EWF 16]– the world's largest gathering of education and skills ministers.

Education Development Trust is a sponsor of Education World Forum 16 [EWF 16] - the world's largest gathering of education and skills ministers. Over the 3 days of this event in London we are very much looking forward to talking to delegates about how Education  Development Trust has for nearly 50 years now helped policy makers to deliver on their education promises. We are running a survey amongst delegates to establish the key education challenges facing policy makers today; all participants will receive the outcomes of the survey so if you are attending EWF16  do come and meet our leadership team and senior education consultants at our stand in the  networking area and take part in the survey.

As well as showing how we have helped improve learning outcomes, work which has spanned  80 countries to date, we also have available on our stand  a selection of our research reports, including "Interesting Cities; five approaches to urban school reform", recently launched and debated by leading international educationalists  in Dubai and Delhi.

We look forward to seeing you there.

"...in rapidly improving systems, senior leaders have a distinct theory of change and go about the implementation of this theory in a relentless, persistent way."

Interesting Cities
Education Development Trust report 2015

Dr Steve Munby, CEO of Education Development Trust, and Dr Abdulla Al Karam, Chairman of the Board of Directors and Director General of KHDA