Counting financial costs with Save the Children
The state of language learning in primary and secondary schools in England
Identifying the factors behind London's success for policy-makers and educationalists worldwide
10 - 12 June, ICC, Birmingham, England
Professor Rhona Stainthorp, from the Institute of Education at the University of Reading, hosts our public lecture at the University of Reading on 19 May.
Inspiring Leadership is back! The conference by, and for, leaders of education, will be at Birmingham's International Convention Centre (ICC) from 10-12 June and we look forward to seeing you there.
18 March 2015 | England
Language learning is facing a ‘difficult climate’ in schools as take up at GCSE and A-Level remain low, according to a new report from the CfBT Education Trust and the British Council.
27 March 2015 | Rwanda, Sub-Saharan Africa
This report on schooling in Rwanda aims to shed light on children's experiences of their own education. It is from the winner of CfBT's 'Tim Morris Award.'
26 March 2015 | England
This report follows the methodology outlined in the report, 'The Quantitative Impact of Armed Conflict on education: counting the human and financial and costs'.
The Language Trends survey, carried out in partnership between CfBT Education Trust and the British Council, charts the health of language teaching and learning in schools in England.
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 has worked 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.