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What works? The case of inclusive education

This blog was written by  Prof.Nidhi Singal, Faculty of Education and REAL Centre, University of Cambridge, and was originally published on the IIEP Learning Portal on 28 November 2019. The Sustainable Development Goals with their commitment to ensuring all young people will have access to good quality primary and lower secondary education by 2030 have […]

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Global education pioneer Professor Bob Moon awarded CBE

This article, written by Maria Tennant, was originally posted on the Open University website on 9th June 2018. The OU’s Emeritus Professor of Education Bob Moon has been awarded a CBE in The Queen’s Birthday Honours List for his pioneering work in teacher education in developing countries. Lead role in teacher education Formerly a headteacher, Professor Moon […]

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How do we stop language screwing up learning?

Language of instruction can be frustrating. The evidence says children learn based on what’s familiar to them. This ideally means teaching in children’s mother tongue, and at worst teaching in a language frequently used in children’s lives. Poor rural children, exposed mainly to local language, need to be taught through local language. However, an estimated […]

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