Overview of UK development education landscape with a focus on partnerships between UK schools and those overseas
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This rapid review provides an overview of the UK development education landscape with a focus on what else apart from the British Council’s Connecting Classrooms Programme is going on to build partnerships between schools in the UK and schools overseas? How many children/schools are part of something like this? These questions are related to a second query covered in a separate helpdesk report that examines childhood development stages; specifically, when is the best time to influence children’s and young people’s thinking on global issues? These helpdesk reports are designed to help inform a business case and guide DFID’s thinking for a new approach to delivering development education in the UK when the current phases of Connecting Classrooms and the Global Learning Programme (GLP) ends.
CitationBlum, N., Bourn, D., Ndaruhutse, S. & Mattingly J. (2017). Overview of UK development education landscape with a focus on partnerships between UK schools and those overseas. K4D Helpdesk Report. Brighton, UK: Institute of Development Studies.
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