EdCentral is a totally independent, not-for-profit social enterprise - set up exclusively to support busy teachers and help them be the best they can be.
We provide a friendly online space where all educators - teachers, lecturers, school leaders, student teachers, teaching assistants and supply teachers - can stay well informed, share ideas and support one another.
Our vision is to empower educators to drive school improvement, by creating a safe place where they can keep up to date, discover new ways of thinking, and build helpful, collaborative relationships.
We do this in two ways:
- by curating the latest education news, research summaries, CPD events and other useful content - and making it easy to view and search-friendly
- by providing a professional social networking platform, where teachers can make a difference outside their own classrooms by sharing successes, challenges and resources - either exclusively with their chosen groups of 'EdCentral friends' or across the entire EdCentral community.
connect and collaborate:
find kindred spirits and share your experiences
support your classroom practice:
browse our fully searchable research library and access bite-size summaries
start your own discussion groups:
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review expert blogs, bite size policy digests and beginners' guides to education thought leaders
engage with the EdCentral community:
find answers, share ideas and discover what works and what doesn't
keep up to date:
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all the latest education news in one place - delivered to your inbox at 9:00 a.m each weekday morning
manually curated from over 250 news publishers - covering mainstream media, education press, international stories, government sources and education commentators
allows you to filter by phase, subject, topic, keyword or organisation so you just see the news that’s of interest to you
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