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The IEE evaluates programmes and practices for early childhood settings, primary, and secondary schools, focusing in particular on literacy, numeracy, and science. We also conduct research on social and emotional learning, parenting, overcoming educational disadvange, and education in developing countries.
Our research work is of the highest quality, often randomised controlled trials. Our findings can provide reliable guidance for policy and practice.
Since 2009 the IEE has been working with the Post-war Reconstruction and Development Unit (PRDU), on Education in Conflict and Emergencies. This is a joint programme of research, which aims to increase our understanding of the role that education can play in responding to violence, conflict recovery and transformation, and building lasting peace.