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A teacher works with a hearing impaired student at the Association for the Welfare and Rehabilitation of Deaf and Dumb. The Social Fund for Development supports the center by providing teacher training and equipment.

How can learning be assessed in systems that aim to be inclusive?

This blog was written by Angela Little, Professor Emerita at the University College London Institute of Education and UKFIET Trustee. Angela will be presenting at the September 2019 UKFIET conference on inclusive education systems. The United Nations advanced 17 global goals for ‘sustainable development’ in 2015 (SDGs). These were accompanied by 169 Targets and 304 […]

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Tackling gender norms offers hope for girls’ education in low- and middle-income countries

This blog was written by Dr Catherine Jere, Lecturer in Education and International Development at the School of International Development, University of East Anglia, and member of the UKFIET Executive Committee. It was originally posted on the Advancing Learning and Innovation in Gender Norms (ALiGN) website on 13th March 2019. A new ALIGN policy brief, […]

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‘Future directions in inclusive education systems’ – Interview on 2019 UKFIET conference theme

Interview with theme co-convenors of one of six 2019 UKFIET conference themes,, ‘Future directions in inclusive education systems’: Dr Ricardo Sabates from the Faculty of Education and member of the Research for Equitable Access and Learning (REAL) Centre, University of Cambridge, and Shrochis Karki, Consultant and Education Systems Manager at Oxford Policy Management. What excites […]

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