Professor Rose Luckin's EDUCATE is an ERDF part-funded accelerator programme that helps EdTech startups and educators access the research and evidence they need to unlock the greatest educational solutions

Everyone learning
all of the time.

EDUCATE Just the Triangle
We've got so much Byte-Sized EdTech Research now that we've had to reformat our research library.  Take a look!

What we do

The EDUCATE Accelerator Programme

The EDUCATE Programme is an ERDF part-funded EdTech research accelerator run by globally recognised partners, F6SBESA, and EDUCATE Ventures Research Ltd.

The EDUCATE Programme promotes excellence in the EdTech community by providing training and mentoring to support and promote the use of evidence-informed EdTech.  Our research-focused accelerator, based on the Golden Triangle, bridges the gaps between EdTech designers and developers, researchers in education and EdTech, and users, to ensure that EdTech products live up to their promises.

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Shock to the System:
Lessons from Covid-19

During the multiple Covid-19 lockdowns in the UK, we ran surveys on the use of technology in education, both in schools and at home, determining the extent to which the education ecosystem had withstood the upheaval of traditional modes of teaching and learning.  Our report below contains vital findings on the state of education and recommendations on proofing it against further shocks.  

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The Shock to the System reports consist of two large reports and their appendices, including a short 4-page summary with several recommendations.

The Byte-Sized EdTech Research Library

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Interested in more EdTech research?


Enter our Byte-Sized EdTech Research Library, an ongoing project by the research and communications teams to bring you the latest and most relevant EdTech, education, and AI research in the field, translated into short, easy-to-read, accessible summaries.  

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Get in touch with the EDUCATE team below: