Tag Archives | policy

Picture: Russell Watkins/Department for International


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 […]

Continue Reading
Transformative political

Transformative political leadership for girls’ education

This article was written by Rebecca Gordon, Research Fellow in Leadership for Inclusive and Democratic Politics at the University of Birmingham, and Pauline Rose, Director of the REAL Centre at the University of Cambridge. It was originally published on the Developmental Leadership Program website on 28 July 2020. Even before the current global pandemic, there […]

Continue Reading
COVID_Education Inequality

The COVID-19 crisis and educational inequality

This article was written by Professor Anna Vignoles (Professor of Education, University of Cambridge) and Professor Simon Burgess (Professor of Economics, University of Bristol). This article was originally commissioned and published by the Campaign for Social Science as part of its Covid-19 programme. It was originally published on the Campaign for Social Science website on […]

Continue Reading
EDT EdTech

How can governments, schools and teachers support education continuity and good pedagogy under coronavirus (Covid-19)?

This blog was written by Anna Riggall, Head of Research and Tony McAleavy, Research Director, Education Development Trust. It was published on the DFID-funded EdTech Hub website on 7 May 2020 as part of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and EdTech series. As the horror of Covid-19 became apparent, governments around the world closed schools in their […]

Continue Reading
EdTech Hub education during COVID-19

Education during the COVID-19 crisis: Opportunities and constraints of using EdTech in low-income countries

This policy brief is a collaboration between the EdTech Hub and Digital Pathways at Oxford, Blavatnik School of Government. It was written by Raluca David, Digital Pathways at Oxford, Blavatnik School of Government; Arnaldo Pellini, EdTech Hub, Overseas Development Institute; Katy Jordan, EdTech Hub, University of Cambridge; and Toby Phillips, Digital Pathways at Oxford, Blavatnik […]

Continue Reading