four girls walking to school in Zomba, Malawi

Honoured to partner on evidence to promote girls’ education internationally

This article was written by Professor Pauline Rose, Director of the Research for Equitable Access and Learning (REAL) Centre at the University of Cambridge, in response to being awarded an OBE in the New Year Honours List for 2022. It ...
Two boys stand behind a large mock TV to pretend to be on air in a maths park in Sri Lanka.

What Trashy Reality TV Has Taught Me About Education System Reform

This blog was written by Kirsty Newman, Programme Director for the RISE Programme. It was originally published on the RISE Programme website on 2 December 2021. Support for education system reform requires a careful balance between modelling and supporting new ...
A girl student holds a globe of the world in class pointing to Sierra Leone

Killing Neither Bird (But Wasting the Stone): The Conundrum of Girls’ Education and Climate Change

This blog was written by Kirsty Newman, Programme Director for the RISE Programme. It was originally published on the RISE Programme website on 19 November 2021. It is tempting to try to spend money in a way that achieves two ...
School girls playing in playground at Hidassie School, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Adopting a holistic approach to examining learning loss as a result of school closures in Ethiopia: including socio-emotional learning

This blog was written by Stephen Bayley, Darge Wole Meshesha, Paul Ramchandani, Pauline Rose, Tassew Woldehanna, and Louise Yorke. It was originally published on the RISE Programme website on 7 December 2021. Research has begun to quantify the extent of ...
Gender-responsive education in emergency in Nigeria: Safeguarding girls' presents and futures

Gender-responsive education in emergency in Nigeria: Safeguarding girls’ presents and futures

This article was written by Edem Dorothy Ossai and originally published on the Brookings website on 29 November 2021. This new policy brief ‘Gender-responsive education in emergency in Nigeria: Safeguarding girls' presents and futures’ highlights ways that a gender-responsive perspective ...
Testing activities in a co-design workshop for a school-based teacher development programme. Using the Training Handbook: School-Based Teacher Development for Inclusive Education, available online at: https://www.ukfiet.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/Co-Design-150x150.jpg

Decolonising co-design in international teacher education

This blog was written by Kris Stutchbury (Senior Lecturer in Teacher Education), with contributions from Clare Woodward (Lecturer in International Education) at the Open University. Nobody working in the field of international educational development would argue against ‘co-design’ as an ...
Chiildren in temporary classroom in a refugee camp

Reimagining learning spaces for an equitable and inclusive education and learning

This blog was written after the 2021 UKFIET conference by the co-convenors of one of the six conference themes: Reimagining Learning Spaces. The co-convenors are Yulia Nesterova, Research Fellow in the School of Education at the University of Glasgow; and ...

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