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Remote teaching and learning during the COVID-19 disruption: experiences of ministries of education, teachers and teacher educators

This blog was written by Tim Phillips, Head, Teacher Development, based in Manchester, in the English in Education Systems team of the British Council. He worked as a teacher, teacher trainer and project manager for 15 years in Europe and the Middle East. He currently supports British Council activity globally with ministries of education in […]

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Tracking the educational progress of children with disabilities

This blog was written by Dr Ricardo Sabates and Dr Nidhi Singal from the Faculty of Education and members of the Research for Equitable Access and Learning (REAL) Centre, University of Cambridge. They would like to thank the ASER Pakistan team, especially Baela Raza Jamil, Sahar Saeed and Afzan Munir. Regular monitoring of children’s school […]

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DFID’s work on education: leaving no one behind? Reflections on IDC report

Steve Packer, UKFIET Board of Trustees, and Ian MacAuslan, Oxford Policy Management It is good news that the International Development Committee (IDC) report on DFID and its education activities has been published on 21 November 2017. Interrupted by the June 2017 election, there were doubts that the Committee’s work would be completed. Thankfully, and with […]

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E-discussion – Equitable Access to Education

The UKFIET community has an important contribution to make to the Post 2015 discussions on Education, and here is one opportunity to have your say.  The Post 2015 Global Thematic Consultation on Education opened on 10 December 2012. As a co-moderator of this discussion, I urge you to visit the website and join the discussion […]

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