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Interrogating Research Methods: Building back better for more inclusive quality education for all

This blog was written after the 2021 UKFIET conference by the co-convenors of one of the six conference themes: Research methods: Building back better in international education and development research. The co-convenors are Bronwen McGrath, Global Programme Manager at Aga ...
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Great Buys, Good Buys, and Bad Buys

In this NORRAG Highlights, Joel Samoff, Research Associate at the Faculty of Education, University of Johannesburg looks at the World Bank’s business of providing policy advice to poor countries and specifically investigates the WB’s Global Education Evidence Advisory Panel (GEEAP) ...
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Strengthening the education system for equitable learning during COVID-19 in Ethiopia

This article was written by Louise Yorke, Research Associate, and Pauline Rose, Professor, REAL Centre, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, UK; Tassew Woldehanna, Professor, Department of Economics, and Belay Hagos Hailu, Associate Professor, Institute of Education Research, Addis Ababa ...
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Network Leaders Discuss Building a More Conducive Learning Environment Post-COVID at UKFIET 2021

This article was written by the Teach for All team as a summary of their recent panel at the September 2021 UKFIET Conference. It was published on the Teach For All website on 20 October 2021. The COVID-19 pandemic has ...
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How children’s books can help tackle the climate crisis

This article was written by Anya Cowley, Global Education Policy and Advocacy Adviser, Save the Children UK and Ellie Burnage, Marketing and PR Manager at Exact Editions. It was originally published on the Save the Children website on 28 October ...
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Framing ecosystems for childhood resilience

This blog was written by Stephen Bayley, ESRC Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Cambridge. His work focuses on education for adaptability and how children in low-income settings develop skills like creativity and problem solving. Recent events on a ...
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Contributing to COP 26 in Glasgow

This video was produced for the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) to be held in Glasgow during the first week of November 2021. More information can be found on the University of Bristol website. The University of Bristol School of ...

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Poster Advertising the event, featuring University of Cambridge, The LEGO Foundation, BRAC, Columbia University. Image of two girls laughing. Join us for a virtual event revealing new evidence on playful early learning in Bangladesh and launching the PlayBook. BRAC's innovative Play Lab model, developed in partnership with the LEGO Foundation, brings joyful, play-based early learning to young children ages three to five and provides children living in contexts of poverty, crisis and conflict with the early start they deserve. Join the University of Cambridge's PEDAL Centre, BRAC, Columbia University, and the LEGO Foundation for a virtual event where BRAC, and Columbia University will release exciting new research findings from the Play Labs in Bangladesh. BRAC will also launch the PlayBook its new dedicated knowledge hub for play in early childhood.

The Power of Play

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December 6, 2021

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