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Beyond Ideology: What works in non-state education?

As the international education community prepares new frameworks for achieving global education goals, it is critical that we first take a look around and observe emerging trends. One critical example is the proliferation of non-state education programs in developing countries over the past decade. Heated debate over the provision of education services by the state […]

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Back to the Future: The Evolution of DFID’s education programme – What have we learnt and where are we going?

DFID is putting much more emphasis on the development and use of evidence to underpin education policies and programmes. Examples include the Independent Commission for Aid Impact’s report on education in East Africa, DFID India’s review of ten years of support to India’s mass elementary education programme, and the strengthened focus on research and evaluation […]

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Young-Lives

Learning, Life-Chances and Inequalities: Evidence from Young Lives

How has the expansion of formal schooling in developing countries actually contributed to children’s opportunities to learn and progress? What challenges remain to education systems seeking to reduce inequality of opportunity in the post-2015 climate? Six papers from Young Lives draw together evidence and analysis on these issues from our linked household and school surveys, […]

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New donors in education: Russia’s contribution to Post-2015 Development

With stagnating aid flows the world needs support of new donors to development assistance in education. Expectations associated with new donors are high, but the question is whether new donors are really able to contribute effectively or are going to stay “forever emerging” (R. Sharma).  This UKFIET Conference round table aims to consider the challenges […]

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