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Edward Davis

Senior Thematic Lead on teachers and teaching, Global Partnership for Education

Edward has worked in education for 20 years as a teacher, school leader, administrator, consultant and DFID Senior Education Adviser. He spent eight years in secondary schools and local government administration in England before taking up senior education roles with the Education Development Trust for the Government of Abu Dhabi leading national school effectiveness reform and the Government of Montserrat leading sectoral planning and reform as well as short term assignments in Afghanistan for the Aga Khan Foundation focussed on improving school effectiveness. In 2012 Edward joined DFID as Education Adviser in Sierra Leone and led in the DFID Education Policy Team in London on teachers and teaching, among other policy areas, before joining DFID Pakistan as Education Policy Team Leader and Senior Education Adviser.

Having studied at the Universities of Newcastle; York; King’s College University of London and the UCL Institute of Education; Edward has also taught on programmes at the London School of Economics and UCL Institute of Education.