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The Schools Partnership Programme

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What is the Schools Partnership Programme (SPP)? SPP is a sector-led, cluster-based approach to school improvement, which has worked with more 800 schools and larger local systems to date in England ...

English language teaching in Brunei - supporting bilingual education

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Overview   Our core focus is to raise the proficiency and attainment levels of Bruneian students through high impact teaching and learning in classrooms, through specialised national support and ...

Studies on the right to education for children with disabilities

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During 2015, UNICEF and Education Development Trust jointly funded a study on the right to education for children with disabilities in Southern and Eastern Africa with the aim of examining the degree ...

London Connected Learning Centre

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London Connected Learning Centre (CLC) makes links between learning at school and at home, involving children and young people in using digital technologies to create, experiment, design and explore, ...

Closing the gap: test and learn

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The challenge   In England, schools receive a 'pupil premium' to help them close the attainment gap and ensure pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds leave school on an equal footing with their ...

The Schools Partnership Programme

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The programme, which was launched in 2014, develops a culture of partnership working through school self-evaluation, peer review and school-to-school support. It also fosters research and innovation ...

Bangla, English and Social Studies textbook creation

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In Bangladesh, primary education relies heavily on textbook-based learning. To ensure the curriculum met the expectations of the development partners, Education Development Trust were selected to ...

Transforming lives in Kenya

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The context   The UK Department for International Development’s Girls’ Education Challenge (GEC) is helping up to a million of the world’s poorest girls improve their lives ...