EdCentral is a friendly online space where people from all walks of education - teachers, school leaders, teaching assistants, governors and trustees - can stay well informed, share ideas and inspire others.
We provide digital access to the latest education news, research summaries, events, in-depth features and discussion forums - all in one place.
Our aim is to support school improvement and empower educators by creating a safe place for professionals to reflect on new ideas, consider best practice and build collaborative relationships.
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