Breaking the textbook gender bias: Inspiring girls and young women through providing role models they can identify withby Liz Chamberlain and Caroline Dean | Mar 11, 2022 | Girls' Education, Learning
Limits to growth for non-state actors in education: Reflections on the Global Education Monitoring Report 2021/22by Keith Lewin | Mar 1, 2022 | GEM Report
Storytelling research in international education and development: a resistance to, or reproduction of coloniality?by Alison Buckler, Jennifer Agbaire, Joanna Wheeler, Faith Mkwananzi and Yusra Price | Feb 7, 2022 | Learning
This blog was written by Alison Buckler, Senior Research Fellow, The Open University; Jennifer Agbaire, Research Associate, The Open University; Joanna Wheeler, Director, TransformativeStory; Faith Mkwananzi,...
‘My Teachers Didn’t Notice’: Nurturing the Well-being of Internally Displaced Children through Trauma-informed Educationby Nomisha Kurian | Feb 2, 2022 | Education and Migration
Following on from last year’s UKFIET Symposium, the Schools2030 team came back together to reflect on what they had learned for this podcast, hosted by Schools2030’s Global Assessment Partner, Oxford MeasurEd. This...