The research library contains information about each research project funded by CfBT.
This report is based on seven action research projects undertaken by teachers in CfBT academies in the school year 2012/13. The action research focused on key aspects of school improvement.
This research, carried out by the University of Oxford, addresses the evolution of the Brunei approach to bilingual education and the role of CfBT in promoting educational change.
This important report was undertaken for CfBT by the Education and Employers Taskforce. It reviews existing and new evidence about how employer engagement can improve on the learning and progression of young people.
This project sought to establish whether teaching pupils about the brain could impact upon their beliefs about their own intelligence and ultimately positively impact on their academic performance.
Winner of the 2012 'Tim Morris Award', this report by Adella Raymond, focuses on the particularly challenging situation facing women and girls in pastoral communities and the marginalisation they suffer.
In partnership with the Centre for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching at Plymouth University, CfBT will shortly launch a comprehensive website and set of resources for maths teachers based upon international examples of what works best.
To provide evidence-based and practical support for international education system reforms, CfBT has commissioned research identifying the critical components of high-performing and improving education systems.
This review looks at key aspects of policy and practice relating to headteachers: their changing role; management of supply; recruitment; performance management; training and development.
This review looks at the way high-performing and improving education systems share out power and responsibility. Resources can be critical to achieving policy implementation.
The third volume of findings from action research at St Mark's Academy, this research report focuses on research into improving the quality of teaching and learning, based upon a series of teacher-led projects.