Preparing young people for a better future in the UK: Addressing social justice through the curriculum

This article was written by Linda Peck of AlignEd International Schools are now grappling with how to transform the curriculum to address the unprecedented challenges that have arisen in the wake of the Covid-19 crisis and social justice protests. Whilst the initial focus was on catching up on learning loss, thinking has clearly moved on and...

Smart buys, great sales and special offers: cost-effective approaches to improve global learning

This blog was written by Keith M Lewin, Emeritus Professor of International Development and Education, University of Sussex, as a response to the GEEAP ‘Cost Effective Approaches to Improve Global Learning’ report, published in October 2020. The Global Education Evidence Advisory Panel (GEEAP) has launched its report on ‘Cost Effective Approaches...

Cost-effective approaches to improve global learning: is Teaching at the Right Level (TaRL) a ‘good buy’?

This blog was written by Angela W Little, Professor Emerita, UCL Institute of Education, and UKFIET Trustee. In 1900, the comparative educationist Michael Sadler wrote: “We cannot wander at pleasure among the educational systems of the world, like a child strolling through a garden and pick a off a flower from one bush and some leaves from...

LatestCommentsTags