Investigating the success of London schools with David Laws MP, Minister of State for Schools
International reviews of best practice
CfBT's exciting new conference for education leaders took place 11-13 June 2014
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CfBT sponsors the second researchED National Conference – bringing together teaching and research.
27 June 2014 |
CfBT and Centre for London's research report Lessons from London Schools: Investigating the Success looks at the different factors that can explain the extraordinary improvements that London's schools have experienced.
CfBT, along with two other leading organisations in education – ASCL and NAHT – brought together more than 1,200 headteachers at Birmingham’s ICC for a groundbreaking conference: Inspiring Leadership.
26 June 2014 | England
Research from CfBT and Centre for London demonstrates that London schools have improved dramatically since 2000, at a faster rate than anywhere else in the country.
01 April 2014 | England
CfBT Education Trust has commissioned Robert Hill and the National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER) to investigate partnership working in small rural primary schools.
25 March 2014 | Ghana, Sub-Saharan Africa
This research paper highlights the important role that quality secondary and higher education has played in the formation of developmental leadership in Ghana. It was commissioned by the Developmental Leadership Program.
CfBT has worked with UNICEF to deliver the Integrated Capacity Development for Somali Education Administrations Programme. Students, teachers and parents share how the programme has changed their lives.
Boston West Academy is a primary school that is embracing its new status as part of a multi-academy trust and has been quick to adopt the trust's underlying principles of autonomy and collaboration.
CfBT is working with the Ministry of Education in Libya as well as the Teacher Development Centre (TDC) to achieve better education outcomes through efficient and effective use of the teaching workforce.