The British Council is delighted to publish this report, which is based on recently commissioned research and evaluation undertaken in Ethiopia, Sudan, Nigeria, Tanzania and Kenya.
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More than 1300 teachers from primary, secondary and independent schools across England contributed to this year's report about language teaching and learning.
This research identifies pertinent global trends for the student experience components of international tertiary education and considers the direction the sector is taking.
During the year of Indonesia’s G20 presidency, Next Generation Indonesia explores the attitudes, aspirations and challenges shared by young Indonesians across the country.
Read our latest study exploring teacher perceptions and actions in relation to girls’ education and gender equity in Tanzanian schools.
A literature review and short report exploring how the digital shift is affecting international cultural relations, and where future research on this topic needs to focus.
This year's Language Trends report surveyed teachers at more than 1600 primary, secondary and independent schools across England about language learning.
Three What We Know Briefs bring together the latest Next Generation research to understand what young people across the world think about opportunities and challenges important to them.
This article explains how instructional coaching, as one form of effective professional development, has been implemented in Estonia.
Rarely has curriculum reform generated such a passionate response within the teaching community, and wider society, than it has in Croatia.