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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.  

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.  

Debate on "Interesting Cities: Five approaches to urban education reform" research report

Breaking the link between poverty and educational failure - debate on research report "Interesting Cities: Five Approaches to Urban Education Reform" at the British Council's office in New Delhi.  

Education Development Trust Schools make Sunday Times top 100

The outstanding performance of all three of our indepedendent preparatory schools has seen them rank in the UK's top 100 listing compiled and released by the Sunday Times this week.  

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 ...  

Education Development Trust: leading the way in educational research

To help supercharge the research debate, Education Development Trust has commissioned a series of reports and surveys on the role of research in schools which we will be publishing later this autumn.  

How do you solve a problem like maths?

'The UK is facing a national maths crisis, and a revolution in the way the subject is taught will be required to solve it,' wrote Steve Munby in the Daily Telegraph, 17 June 2015.  

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 ...  

Ethnicity not the only factor in London school success: London is a global benchmark

New research published by CfBT Education Trust today in School Improvement in London: A Global Perspective, reveals that ethnicity is not the only factor in the success story for London schools.