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Faculty Centres and Networks

The Faculty is home to several Centres and Networks.

The Cambridge Primary Review Trust: National Primary Network

The most comprehensive enquiry into English primary education since the 1960s. Launched in 2010 to support and disseminate the work of teachers, researchers, teacher educators and others who explore and build upon the ideas, findings and proposals of the Cambridge Primary Review Trust.
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Centre for Children's Literature

Cambridge/Homerton Research and Teaching Centre for Children's Literature was established jointly by the Faculty of Education and Homerton College in 2009 to consolidate the long tradition of children’s literature which had earned both institutions a strong national and international profile for high quality research and teaching.
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Centre for Commonwealth Education

Established in 2008, the Centre aims to make a vibrant and long term contribution to primary and secondary education, and to initial and continuing teacher education in countries of the Commonwealth.
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Centre for Education and International Development

CEID seeks to explain patterns of access, quality and outcomes of education in developing countries, and to demonstrate how they can be improved. One of the Centre's research programmes is the Research Consortium on Educational Outcomes and Poverty (RECOUP).
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Leadership for Learning Network

The LfL Network brings together a group of academics and practitioners connected through their interest in and experience of learning, leadership and their interrelationship in education. The Network offers a programme of conferences, seminars, publications, consultancy and research and acts as an international portal for disseminating its work.
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NRICH Mathematics

NRICH is a team of qualified teachers who are also practitioners in RICH mathematical thinking. This unique blend means that NRICH is ideally placed to offer advice and support to both learners and teachers of mathematics. NRICH is directly and indirectly involved with educational policy makers.
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Cambridge School Classics Project

CSCP is a research and development project established in 1966 with funding from the Nuffield Foundation and the Schools Council. The majority of UK teachers and students of Classics benefit from our work on a regular basis. Over 90% of secondary schools which offer Latin use our Cambridge Latin Course and our website receives over 80,000 visitors every week.
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CamSTAR Network

A network of researching schools across 6 counties in the South East/Eastern region that have grown organically as researching teachers have moved and introduced new schools to the network. The schools hold conferences to disseminate their research to each other, and informally co-operate with each other to support research in their schools.
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CIAN Network

The Commonwealth Creativities in Intercultural Arts Network (CIAN), sponsored by the Centre for Commonwealth Education (CCE), aims to promote and enable the advancement of  intercultural arts research and practice through the development of a supportive network which explores the reframing of intercultural creativities in education.
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CRiCLE Network

Cambridge Research in Community and Language Education - aims to provide a research forum where policy makers, academics, practitioners and research students in the Cambridge area, and more broadly, at national and international levels, can engage in theoretical and methodological debate on critical issues in community language education.
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SUPER Network

The Schools-University Partnership for Educational Research aims to create useful educational research within a schools-university partnership. It also aimsto research the development of research within the partnership. The partnership involves nine secondary schools and the Faculty of Education and has been in existence for over ten years.
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Faculty Open Research Seminars

Our Open Seminar list is continually updated, and presents a rich array of national and international speakers addressing issues on current research in Education.
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