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CfBT Education Services (India) win NASSCOM award

CfBT Education Services, India, have won a prestigious award for 'supporting improved community accountability'. The NASSCOM Foundation, which aims to promote and develop social and environmental solutions in the IT-BPM industry, set a challenge to ...  

Teacher-led research – leading evidence from the middle

Wheels are turning within the education system but a firmer push is required to complete the revolution. In this think piece, Richard Churches (Principal Adviser for Research and Evidence Based Practice) argues that the drive for a system led from ...  

Collaboration not competition the key to school improvement worldwide

In our live Global Dialogue webcast international educationalists Michael Fullan, John Hattie Viviane Robinson and Tony Mackay join me to explore the critical features of collaborative school improvement with hundreds of teachers and leaders on the ...  

Calling for a doubling of aid for education resources

Our article in the New Statesman 'Learning from failure, what the world’s refugee crises are teaching world leaders and humanitarians'  Click here for the full article (opens in a new window) in response to the 'Supporting Syria in ...  

The Future Teaching Scholars Programme

Education Development Trust is pleased to be delivering the Future Teaching Scholars programme on behalf of the Department for Education.  

Education World Forum

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

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.