Observatory for English Language Teaching


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What you need to know about the Observatory

What is Skills for Prosperity

The UK government's global initiative implemented in nine countries aims to support economic growth and poverty reduction by providing access to quality education and skills development for the world of work.


Skills for Prosperity Actions

Skills for Prosperity's actions in Brazil aim to transform and strengthen ELT. They are developed by the institutions in charge of the program in the country - Lemann Foundation, Nova Escola, Instituto Reúna and British Council.


About the Observatory

The Observatory for English Language Teaching is a reference platform on the theme to support changes, the strengthening and the quality of English teaching, with a special focus on the promotion of social and gender equity.



Event will discuss gender, race and social inclusion in education on 27/01

The event will also promote the Call for Proposals ‘Girls Who Go Above and Beyond’, which will support projects aiming [...]

The Observatory is turning 1 year old

Annual activity report brings the main results of the Observatory, data and analysis about the challenges of English [...]

UK-Brazil Skills for Prosperity in Amapá: training teachers to use innovative teaching materials

Understand the details of the programme, which uses Nova Escola materials, and the experience in the state network of Amapá

Gender equality: British research seeks participants from Brazil

A research project addresses gender equality topics in English language teaching with a view to contributing to one of [...]

Call for proposals focuses on education, gender and race equity: Girls Who Go Above and Beyond

The British Council, through the British Government programme UK-Brazil Skills for Prosperity, is launching the new call [...]