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Dr Kay Fuller is an Associate Professor of Educational Leadership and Management. She works in the Centre for Research in Educational Leadership and Management (CRELM) at the University of Nottingham. Her research interests are centred in gender in educational leadership including …
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In June, the OECD released the TALIS 2018 results. The “Teaching and Learning International Survey covers about 260,000 teachers in 15,000 schools across 48 countries and economies.” The report “looks first at how at how teachers apply their knowledge and …
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This week, we are reposting a piece from Dave Evans on the recent RISE conference. Dr. Evans’ original post can be found here.   Last week, Research on Improving Education Systems (RISE) held its annual conference, which economist Karthik Muralidharan …
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This week’s post builds on last week’s discussion of the foundation of the Computer Science for All movement in New York City, focusing on how and why this work has taken off.   Like Finland’s enactment of a policy requiring …
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This week and next week Thomas Hatch describes how the effort to provide “computer science for all” has developed in New York City.  The first part focuses on some of the ways that early initiatives to develop new schools and …
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Today, we are highlighting a report from the Brookings Institution about learning in international development contexts. The report’s author, Michelle Kaffenberger, offers several key insights, some of which we highlight below. PISA for Development (PISA-D), a new effort to include more low- and …
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This week, we share some interesting work from colleagues Melanie Ehren, James, Keevy, and Tom Kaye. This report initially appeared through JET Education Services.   Melanie Ehren, James Keevy and Tom Kaye (May 2019) write: This week (28-29 May) will see the launch of …
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Since Daniel Friedrich took over as the chair of the Curriculum and Teaching department at Teachers College in 2017, he has had a number of people visiting Teachers College from outside the U.S. During their time at Teachers College, these …
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Osnat Fellus recently completed her PhD in Education: Teaching, Learning, and Evaluation from the University of Ottawa. Her PhD work focuses on theories of identity in mathematics education and learning English as an additional language. Osnat was the Head of …
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Moonshot Academy, a new private school for an initial group of 37 14-16-year-olds, opened in the fall of 2018 on the campus of the Affiliated High School of Peking University. Wen Chen, Head of Research at Moonshot, talked about the …

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