Teacher Resource Inventory: Practical Tools for Adapting Literacy Curriculum to Local Contexts

Teacher Resource Inventory: Practical Tools for Adapting Literacy to Local Contexts

Every day, teachers around the globe are gaining access to new literacy resources, but they rarely come ready to be used in all contexts. The Teacher Resource Inventory aims to help teachers and their supporters to adapt literacy resources to unique local cultural and classroom contexts.


Autism Matters Podcast Series

The Autism podcast series (hosted by Dr Laura Crane) aims to showcase the latest research published in Autism: The International Journal of Research and Practice in a way that is accessible, easy to understand and has real world relevance. The podcasts are aimed at a broad audience, including academics, researchers, students, clinicians, journalists, policy makers, individuals with autism and their families, and anyone interested in autism spectrum disorders.

Results Matter Video Library: Early Care and Education

CDE produces these videos for professional development activities and obtains voluntary written permission from all parties who appear in these video clips.

Video Categories:

  • Early Intervention
  • Just Being Kids
  • Clips for Practicing Observation, Documentation, and Assessment Skills
  • General Interest
  • Using Technology for Authentic Assessment
  • Practices Here and There
  • iPads in Early Childhood

A New International Database on Education Quality: 1965–2010

The aim of this article is to propose a new database allowing a comparative evaluation of the relative performance of schooling systems around the world. We measure this performance through pupils’ achievement in standardized tests. We merge all existing regional and international student achievement tests by using a specific methodology. When compared with other existing databases, our approach innovates in several ways, especially by including regional student achievement tests and intertemporal comparable indicators.

The Global Partnership for Education Open Data Initiative

The Global Parternship for Education's Open Data Initiative has gathered over 11,000 data points from over 29 countries to build its monitoring and eevaluation strategy. The datasets compare education targets to actual results in each GPE developing country partner to help countries assess their progress, develop evidence-based programs to address children's educations, and access aggregate joint sectore review documents, grant applications, and key outcome visualizations.

The data available on the website covers the following:

Who we work with: