An interdisciplinary global network of researchers exploring education and education-related fields in China and East Asia.
Department of Education research
Our research interests are broad. They concern educational leadership, globalisation, teaching and educational practice.
We research how education affects the broader structures of power that maintain (and/or transform) unequal life chances in contemporary societies.
We research international and comparative education, focusing on international systems of schooling, curricula, assessment, and leadership.
We research the role of language in knowledge, education, power, ideology, identity and society, and the teaching and learning of languages.
Our research focuses on reimagining education and its transformative potential for humans, and non-humans, now and in the future.
A new report argues that efforts to increase girls’ education in Africa should assess the detrimental effect teaching in English has on learning.
Professor Brad Evans discusses the inherent dangers of Twitter and explores leaving the social media platform.
Our research has contributed to significant improvements in school governing policy and practice over the last 12 years.
Bath has contributed to research that aims to improve access and learning in cultural learning environments, for socially disadvantaged disabled people.
Research from Bath has influenced the way International Large-Scale Assessments (ILSAs) are used to assess and monitor UN Sustainable Development Goals.