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Education Development Trust is an international not-for-profit organisation with an exclusive focus on education. We help to make ambitious and visionary education policy a reality and our programme of education research underpins our work.

Latest Episodes

Making an impact: latest news from the Girls Education Challenge, Kenya

Education Development Trust's CEO Patrick Brazier and Deputy Regional Director for Sub-Saharan Africa Mark Rotich discuss the impact that the Girls Education Challenge Step Change programme has had in Kenya to date, and the work that continues to secure a brighter future for some of the most disadvantaged girls. **0:55** Our podcast begins in the UK. CEO Patrick Brazier discusses the overall aims of our first programme ‘Waishana Wote Wasome’ meaning 'let all girls learn' in Swahili **1:53** Why Education Development Trust became involved with the programme **2:12** About our history in Kenya and our expertise in evidence-led solutions and adaptive programme management **3:40** Reflecting on the highlights of the programme, and the stories behind the headline figures **8:05** Over to Kenya. Alfred Oduor and Mark Rotich from our SSA office provide an overview of our follow on programme 'Wasichana Wetu Wafaulu’ **9:20** Mark Rotich discusses the similarities and differences between ...

15 MIN2018 NOV 2
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Making an impact: latest news from the Girls Education Challenge, Kenya

Tony McAleavy and Rachael Fitzpatrick on uncovering the secrets to Vietnam's success

Education Development Trust recently partnered with the Vietnam Institute of Educational Sciences to investigate what lies behind Vietnam's learning success: Promising practice: government schools in Vietnam. In this podcast, the report's authors, Tony McAleavy Director of Research and Consultancy and Rachael Fitzpatrick, Research Officer share our key insights and findings. [Download our report](https://www.educationdevelopmenttrust.com/~/media/EDT/Reports/Research/2018/r-promising-practice-vietnam-2018.pdf) To find out more about Education Development Trust and our work around the world visit: [http://www.educationdevelopmenttrust.com](http://www.educationdevelopmenttrust.com)

20 MIN2018 JUL 4
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Tony McAleavy and Rachael Fitzpatrick on uncovering the secrets to Vietnam's success

Matt Davis and Marie-Claire Bretherton talk school-to-school collaboration

Matt Davis, UKRegional Directorat Education Development Trust is joined by Marie-Claire Bretherton, leader of the Kyra teaching school alliance to look at how some of the approaches on peer review and school-to-school collaboration have worked for the Kyra alliance and how they successfully developed school to school collaboration using Education Development Trust’s [Schools Partnership Programme](https://www.educationdevelopmenttrust.com/en-GB/our-programmes/school-system-reform/schools-partnership-programme). 0:44 How the Kyra alliance started and where it is today. 2:05 About rising above transactional relationships between schools, about making brave decisions and delving into what makes a difference for children. 3:21 Discussion on creating a strategy for capacity. 4:56 About using an invitational leadership style when building collaborative relationships. 7:08 So how do you describe a successful alliance? Showcasing how the Kyra alliance helped a nurture a school out of speci...

18 MIN2018 MAY 14
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Matt Davis and Marie-Claire Bretherton talk school-to-school collaboration

Anna Riggall talks multilingual classrooms

Anna Riggall talks about a recently released report **Multilingual classrooms: opportunities and challenges for English medium instruction in low and medium-income contexts** commissioned by Education Development Trust working in partnership with the British Council and Open University. Additional links: [Read the blog](http://www.educationdevelopmenttrust.com/en-GB/news-and-blogs/blogs/2018/why-english-medium-policy-should-not-mean-english-only) [Download the report](http://www.educationdevelopmenttrust.com/~/media/EDT/Reports/Research/2017/r-english-medium-instruction-in-low-and-middle-income-contexts.pdf) To find out more about Education Development Trust and our work around the world visit: [http://www.educationdevelopmenttrust.com.](http://www.educationdevelopmenttrust.com) [](http://www.educationdevelopmenttrust.com/~/media/EDT/Reports/Research/2017/r-english-medium-instruction-in-low-and-middle-income-contexts.pdf) [](http://www.educationdevelopmenttrust.com/~/media/EDT/Repor...

7 MIN2018 FEB 1
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Anna Riggall talks multilingual classrooms

Matt Davis on delivering school improvement in England's Opportunity Areas

How do you make initiatives stick in contexts where delivery is challenging? Matt Davis gives his thoughts on the conditions needed to successfully implement school improvement in the identified Opportunity Areas in England. To find out more about Education Development Trust and our work around the world visit: [http://www.educationdevelopmenttrust.com.](http://www.educationdevelopmenttrust.com)

7 MIN2018 JAN 25
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Matt Davis on delivering school improvement in England's Opportunity Areas

Maggie Farrar on the power and potential of peer review

As part of a series of broadcasts on peer review, we ask Maggie Farrar about a recently released report on peer review. For more information visit our website:[http://www.educationdevelopmenttrust.com](http://www.educationdevelopmenttrust.com)

14 MIN2017 DEC 14
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Maggie Farrar on the power and potential of peer review

Richard Churches on neuroscience-informed teacher-led RCTs

Dr Richard Churches (@teacherled_RCTs), Lead Adviser for Education Reform and Evidence Based Practice at Education Development Trust talks about a world first collaboration in which serving teachers are designing and leading randomised controlled trials with the support of neuroscientists from King’s College London and Nottingham University Medical School (Dr Eleanor Dommett and Dr Ian Devonshire).

3 MIN2017 NOV 3
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Richard Churches on neuroscience-informed teacher-led RCTs
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Latest Episodes

Making an impact: latest news from the Girls Education Challenge, Kenya

Education Development Trust's CEO Patrick Brazier and Deputy Regional Director for Sub-Saharan Africa Mark Rotich discuss the impact that the Girls Education Challenge Step Change programme has had in Kenya to date, and the work that continues to secure a brighter future for some of the most disadvantaged girls. **0:55** Our podcast begins in the UK. CEO Patrick Brazier discusses the overall aims of our first programme ‘Waishana Wote Wasome’ meaning 'let all girls learn' in Swahili **1:53** Why Education Development Trust became involved with the programme **2:12** About our history in Kenya and our expertise in evidence-led solutions and adaptive programme management **3:40** Reflecting on the highlights of the programme, and the stories behind the headline figures **8:05** Over to Kenya. Alfred Oduor and Mark Rotich from our SSA office provide an overview of our follow on programme 'Wasichana Wetu Wafaulu’ **9:20** Mark Rotich discusses the similarities and differences between ...

15 MIN2018 NOV 2
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Making an impact: latest news from the Girls Education Challenge, Kenya

Tony McAleavy and Rachael Fitzpatrick on uncovering the secrets to Vietnam's success

Education Development Trust recently partnered with the Vietnam Institute of Educational Sciences to investigate what lies behind Vietnam's learning success: Promising practice: government schools in Vietnam. In this podcast, the report's authors, Tony McAleavy Director of Research and Consultancy and Rachael Fitzpatrick, Research Officer share our key insights and findings. [Download our report](https://www.educationdevelopmenttrust.com/~/media/EDT/Reports/Research/2018/r-promising-practice-vietnam-2018.pdf) To find out more about Education Development Trust and our work around the world visit: [http://www.educationdevelopmenttrust.com](http://www.educationdevelopmenttrust.com)

20 MIN2018 JUL 4
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Tony McAleavy and Rachael Fitzpatrick on uncovering the secrets to Vietnam's success

Matt Davis and Marie-Claire Bretherton talk school-to-school collaboration

Matt Davis, UKRegional Directorat Education Development Trust is joined by Marie-Claire Bretherton, leader of the Kyra teaching school alliance to look at how some of the approaches on peer review and school-to-school collaboration have worked for the Kyra alliance and how they successfully developed school to school collaboration using Education Development Trust’s [Schools Partnership Programme](https://www.educationdevelopmenttrust.com/en-GB/our-programmes/school-system-reform/schools-partnership-programme). 0:44 How the Kyra alliance started and where it is today. 2:05 About rising above transactional relationships between schools, about making brave decisions and delving into what makes a difference for children. 3:21 Discussion on creating a strategy for capacity. 4:56 About using an invitational leadership style when building collaborative relationships. 7:08 So how do you describe a successful alliance? Showcasing how the Kyra alliance helped a nurture a school out of speci...

18 MIN2018 MAY 14
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Matt Davis and Marie-Claire Bretherton talk school-to-school collaboration

Anna Riggall talks multilingual classrooms

Anna Riggall talks about a recently released report **Multilingual classrooms: opportunities and challenges for English medium instruction in low and medium-income contexts** commissioned by Education Development Trust working in partnership with the British Council and Open University. Additional links: [Read the blog](http://www.educationdevelopmenttrust.com/en-GB/news-and-blogs/blogs/2018/why-english-medium-policy-should-not-mean-english-only) [Download the report](http://www.educationdevelopmenttrust.com/~/media/EDT/Reports/Research/2017/r-english-medium-instruction-in-low-and-middle-income-contexts.pdf) To find out more about Education Development Trust and our work around the world visit: [http://www.educationdevelopmenttrust.com.](http://www.educationdevelopmenttrust.com) [](http://www.educationdevelopmenttrust.com/~/media/EDT/Reports/Research/2017/r-english-medium-instruction-in-low-and-middle-income-contexts.pdf) [](http://www.educationdevelopmenttrust.com/~/media/EDT/Repor...

7 MIN2018 FEB 1
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Anna Riggall talks multilingual classrooms

Matt Davis on delivering school improvement in England's Opportunity Areas

How do you make initiatives stick in contexts where delivery is challenging? Matt Davis gives his thoughts on the conditions needed to successfully implement school improvement in the identified Opportunity Areas in England. To find out more about Education Development Trust and our work around the world visit: [http://www.educationdevelopmenttrust.com.](http://www.educationdevelopmenttrust.com)

7 MIN2018 JAN 25
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Matt Davis on delivering school improvement in England's Opportunity Areas

Maggie Farrar on the power and potential of peer review

As part of a series of broadcasts on peer review, we ask Maggie Farrar about a recently released report on peer review. For more information visit our website:[http://www.educationdevelopmenttrust.com](http://www.educationdevelopmenttrust.com)

14 MIN2017 DEC 14
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Maggie Farrar on the power and potential of peer review

Richard Churches on neuroscience-informed teacher-led RCTs

Dr Richard Churches (@teacherled_RCTs), Lead Adviser for Education Reform and Evidence Based Practice at Education Development Trust talks about a world first collaboration in which serving teachers are designing and leading randomised controlled trials with the support of neuroscientists from King’s College London and Nottingham University Medical School (Dr Eleanor Dommett and Dr Ian Devonshire).

3 MIN2017 NOV 3
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Richard Churches on neuroscience-informed teacher-led RCTs
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