The Global Teacher Education Consortium (GTEC) is designing a global research agenda to investigate the impact of teacher education policies in 16 countries.
This project is investigating teacher education in collaboration with researchers and policymakers in Bhutan, Malawi, Mexico, Moldova and Timor-Leste.
A Rapid Evidence Assessment (REA) of the best available research on the effectiveness of foreign language teaching approaches and the impact of foreign language learning on wider academic outcomes.
This collaboration between educational researchers, climate scientists, and teachers is critically exploring the teaching of climate change in schools.
The intervention aims to have an impact on maths development for children in Reception and Year 1 during the 16-month lifespan of the programme.
There is a policy imperative to support sustainable early childhood education (ECE) for refugee children in the Global South. This study investigates the impact ECE has on development of refugee child
An international collaborative research project on children’s oral language development in early childhood focusing on urban poor communities in India and The Philippines.
Excluded Lives aims to understand the contextual & institutional processes that lead to different types of school exclusion & the consequences for young people, families, schools & professionals.
A landmark research project into the outcomes of open adoption from out- of-home care in Australia.
This project will devise and test an evidence-informed guideline designed to inform practice when the State intervenes to protect infants at birth through care proceedings.
This evaluation assesses the impact on policies and practice for looked after children when local authorities take part in the Bright Spots Programme.
This project finalises a new language assessment App running on a tablet.