The research library contains information about each research project funded by CfBT.
This publication contains 12 reports of teacher experimental research. It demonstrates that schools can carry out rigorous local investigations which can be replicated by others or scaled up to achieve larger sample sizes.
The first national survey of modern foreign language (MFL) teaching in Welsh secondary schools, carried out by CfBT and the British Council, highlights the decline of modern foreign language learning in Welsh schools.
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.'
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.
This report considers how successful London's schools have been over the past decade and identifies what might be learned from the transformation that is relevant to policymakers and educationalists worldwide.
The fourth edition of action research at St Mark's Church of England Academy, this research report represents a significant contributor to the academy's improvement journey.
Commissioned by PEIC, this research sheds fresh light on the numbers of children affected by conflict and estimates the impact of conflict and insecurity on education in terms of direct and indirect costs.
This study investigates the notion of 'inspiring' teaching. Conducted in partnership with researchers from the University of Oxford and the University of Worcester it studies the practice of teachers in CfBT's own schools.
researchED is a grass-roots movement that promotes evidence-based education. The researchED website has been designed and created with the support of CfBT as part of a wider collaboration between the two organisations.