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Inclusive learning and teaching: Lessons from the last two decades. One day conference.
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Inclusive learning and teaching: Lessons from the last two decades
One day conference
Research for Equitable Access and Learning REAL ) Centre, University of Cambridge; in association with BAICE
Followed by drinks reception
For the first time, global goals focus on raising learning in ways that ensures no one is left behind. This focus recognises the central role of teachers in achieving education goals. The event will bring together researchers, policymakers and practitioners concerned with supporting teachers in raising learning outcomes for children from diverse backgrounds within their classrooms. Particular attention will be given to raising learning outcomes for children from poor households, girls, and children with disabilities. It will learn from research and initiatives over the past two decades to provide lessons for the coming decades in ways that will inform the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030. The focus will primarily be on countries in South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa, which are furthest from achieving the goals.
This talk is part of the REAL Centre series.
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