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Call for Submissions from African innovators: Harnessing the Capacity of ICT to ensure Inclusion, Quality and Impact in Education and Training in Africa

African Union Innovating Education in Africa Expo 2019 Deadline for Submissions: 30th April 2019 Background Education and training remain the bedrock for human empowerment, inclusive prosperity and progressive development. However, this education has to be accessed by all, under all circumstances, including refugees and displaced persons; it must be of highest possible quality, included well […]

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From Promises to Action: Education and disability in the Global South

15 March 2019 10:00 – 18:30, Cambridge This event provides an opportunity to critically engage with how we can deliver “inclusive and equitable quality education” (Sustainable Development Goal, 4) for children with disabilities. Speakers, drawing on empirical insights, will explore the complexities and dilemmas encountered, as well as the opportunities in providing education for children […]

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Innovation: then what?

5 December, 5.30pm, London An event hosted by Cambridge Education in partnership with the Open University Complex development challenges require innovative solutions. But innovation is only the first step. How do you scale it, sustain it, and support its evolution? Bangladesh’s English in Action programme is widely recognised as one of the most successful teacher […]

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Competition launched for young researchers using survey data to explore equity in education

Student researchers using data from a household survey assessing children’s basic skills are being invited to share their findings to win a place at an international conference in Pakistan. The People’s Action for Learning (PAL) Network has teamed up with the REAL Centre at the Faculty of Education, Cambridge, to launch the 2019 Student Paper Competition in recognition of […]

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