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Scaling, systems thinking and success: navigating pathways to scale in education

This blog was written by Emma Gibbs, International Education Consultant for Education Development Trust. She contributes to the design and development of school improvement and education system reform programmes globally. This article summarises the process and outcomes from a write-shop collaboration with DFID advisers at the last UKFIET conference. Education policymakers are used to seeing […]

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The Analytical Angle: Covid-19 and the Looming Education Crisis

This blog was written by Surayya Masood, Research Associate on the LEAPS Programme at the Centre for Economic Research in Pakistan (CERP). and Zainab Qureshi, Director of the LEAPS Programme at Evidence for Policy Design (EPoD) at Harvard University. It was originally published on the Dawn.com website on 16 May 2020, and then the RISE […]

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A Learning Crisis or a Data Crisis? Rethinking Global Metrics

This blog was written by  Radhika Gorur, Associate Professor of Education at Deakin University, Australia, and a Director of the Laboratory for International Assessment Studies. The author will be making a presentation at the September 2019 UKFIET conference on inclusive education systems. With the focus of SDG4 on the quality of education, and on monitoring […]

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Understanding the politics of the learning crisis: Lant Pritchett reflects on new book

This blog was written by Professor Lant Pritchett, Professor of the Practice of International Development at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, USA, and RISE Research Director at the Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford. This blog was originally published on the Effective States and Inclusive Development Research Centre website on 7th […]

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How can we move education systems in a more inclusive direction?

Professor Kwame Akyeampong, Professor of International Education and Development at the University of Sussex, and Chair of the 2019 UKFIET Conference Committee, reflects on this year’s conference theme. I am excited about this year’s UKFIET conference theme: “Inclusive Education Systems: futures, fallacies and finance”  because of growing isolationism and movements towards more exclusive societies. Education, […]

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