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Private Education Provision: A Sustainable and Inclusive Solution? Evidence from Uganda

Libby Hills, Head of Education and Rachel Linn, Head of Monitoring & Evaluation PEAS has been building and running private, or non-state, secondary schools for almost ten years. We currently operate 30 schools across Uganda and Zambia, educating over 15,000 studennts. We know from external research that PEAS schools serve significantly more disadvantaged students than […]

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CALL FOR PROPOSALS: UNICEF Think Piece Series

What is a UNICEF Think Piece? UNICEF is commissioning a series of Think Pieces that aim to promote fresh and cutting-edge thinking on how to improve the quality of education in Eastern and Southern Africa. These will be short, engaging and provocative pieces that stimulate debate and challenge the status quo on a variety of […]

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Inclusive education: EdTech, learning assessment and refugees and displaced populations

Inclusive education: EdTech, learning assessment and refugees and displaced populations  Part 3 of  Summary of thematic strand from UKFIET conference, September 2017 Thematic convenors: Susy Ndaruhutse, Education Development Trust and Amy Parker, Relief International Welcome to the third and final blog on reflections coming out of our Inclusive Education conference sub-theme. Last week, we looked […]

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Why the voices of Syrian refugee students matter: listening to what they have to say

This blog was written by Hiba Salem, the University of Cambridge. For the 2017 UKFIET conference, 23 individuals were provided with bursaries to assist them to participate and present at the conference. The researchers were asked to write a short piece about their experience. Refugee = Oncoming masses. War. Fight or flee. Perish. Crisis. Others. […]

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Inclusive education: disability, textbooks and gender

Inclusive education: disability, textbooks and gender Part 2 of the Summary of thematic strand from UKFIET conference, September 2017 Thematic convenors: Susy Ndaruhutse, Education Development Trust and Amy Parker, Relief International In Part 1 of this series of three blogs, we looked at more general highlights from our Inclusive Education conference sub-theme. Key points around […]

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