Sharing research, building communities
Making education work better isn't just about improving access, but also focusing on progress. In other words, we need to understand what sort of teaching and learning works well, and what doesn't. We contribute to this effort with our own research, and by making the things we find out available to everyone. Here are some of the examples of that:
The Efficacy Framework
We have built a process to measure the effectiveness of educational products. We call it The Efficacy Framework, and we have made it available for everyone to use.
The Learning Curve
A collection of data and research that benchmarks global education standards, and explores emerging themes and practices that are shaping the world.
A new global website we have created to help make the best evidence and ideas about learning accessible to all, and to encourage an open debate about what works in education.
Research and Innovation Network
Data analytics, behavioural science and digital know-how are all covered by our Research and Innovation Network team. It is a collaboration of experts in their fields who are exploring next-generation learning, to help develop the tools of tomorrow.
Guess how many people in the world can't read or write adequately? Some? A lot? try 781 million. Much is already being done to combat illiteracy, but not enough. So we've decided to take a lead - because we can, and because we should.
ReImagining Learning is our series of filmed events with innovators in education. Through the series we profile the work of those transforming learning and teaching around the world.