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Spring 2015 School Improvement newsletter from Cambridge Education.
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Cambridge Education participated in the 13th UKFIET Conference from 15-17 September at the University of Oxford, UK.
Our approach to integrating environment and climate into the education sector is driven by the desire to establish the best conditions for all children to learn.
In this presentation we discuss our experience in Nigeria, Bangladesh and India in the context of a three-tiered model of capacity development: from individual and local interventions (directly with schools or school-based management committees); to institutional interventions (organisational, for collective action); and at the level of the enabling policy and resource environment.
This presentation was recently shared with DFID at the launch of the Topic Guide on Education, Climate and Environment produced by Evidence on Demand.
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For more information contact our Education Specialist Jake Ross firstname.lastname@example.org
Staff from Cambridge Education are in Washington, taking part in the 59th annual Comparative and International Education Society conference. The theme of the conference is Ubuntu! Imaging a humanist education globally.
The conference provides a platform for education professionals to increase their understanding of educational issues, trends and policies through comparative, cross-cultural and international perspectives.
The EQUIP-Tanzania team needs a Communications Officer to manage and deliver the day-to-day information and communication requirements of the programme.
We are looking for a Technical Lead Specialist in School Leadership to join the EQUIP programme in Tanzania.
We are seeking a Technical Lead Specialist in Community Participation to ensure maximum beneficial impact of the programme by enhancing community engagement in, and ownership of, primary education.