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Article Posted 13 May 2022

When the tests take over: (The Learnit Memo 13/05/22)

Jenny Anderson, Author & Host of the Learnit podcast, Learnit

Podcast Posted 06 May 2022

No more high stakes exams

Sarah Fletcher, Peter Hyman

Article Posted 06 May 2022

Why education needs to break the menopause taboo: (The Learnit Memo 06/05/22)

Jenny Anderson, Author & Host of the Learnit podcast, Learnit

Video Posted 21 Apr 2022

Ukrainian education: why and how to help

Artur Seletskyi, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Education

Article Posted 08 Apr 2022

Where next for Africa's edtech journey? (The Learnit Memo: 8 April 2022)

Sarah Cunnane, Content Director, Learnit

Video Posted 07 Apr 2022

What's the future for nonstate actors in education?

Aashti Zaidi Hai, Scott Sheridan, Pablo Jaramillo Quintero

Video Posted 07 Apr 2022

Getting girls' education back on track

Chernor Bah, Rangina Hamidi, Jeff Maggioncalda

Video Posted 07 Apr 2022

Weaving empathy into learning

Joseph South, Chief Learning Officer, International Society for Technology in Education

Video Posted 05 Apr 2022

Achieving parity of esteem for technical and vocational education

Camilla Leirvik, Julia Belgutay, Ben Blackledge, Ashok Pandey, Abdullatif AlShamsi

Video Posted 05 Apr 2022

There's no planet B: why climate education can't wait

Lord Jim Knight, Noan Fesnoux, Alex Bell, Sam Kendall

Video Posted 05 Apr 2022

Communiversities: what do universities owe their local area?

Hugh Martin, Derek Douglas, Julie Wells

Video Posted 05 Apr 2022

Ukraine and the future of refugee education

Yuli Tamir, Birgit Lao, Emma Wagner, William Florance

Video Posted 05 Apr 2022

Not a piece of cake: preventing teacher burnout

Yuli Tamir, Ellen Mahoney, Ahmed Baghdady

Video Posted 01 Apr 2022

Building a robust education system to outlast regimes

Rangina Hamidi, Former Acting Minister of Education, Afghanistan

Article Posted 25 Feb 2022

Exam results and student loan access: The Learnit Memo (25/2/22)

Jenny Anderson, Author & Host of the Learnit podcast, Learnit

Podcast Posted 20 Jan 2022

Why we need a fourth education revolution

Sir Anthony Seldon, Deputy head, Times Education Commission

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