We commission and carry out research in the field of English language teaching and learning, making the results available for policy makers, researchers and academic through our publications. Our publications can be grouped into the following areas of focus:
Publications in this area explore current trends in the use of English in India within education systems.
These resources explore research into teacher and teacher educators' continuing professional development and innovative practice in India and beyond.
Three key reports present recent research into the use of English and skills for empowerment in India and South Asia.
Publications in this section present the results of research done as part of our state partnership projects, working with English teachers in the government sector in India.
Selected conference papers are published each year following our English Language Teacher Educator Conference – the largest of its kind in the world.
Our new publication series Explorations: Teaching and Learning English in India presents the work of 33 writers who were supported in carrying out and presenting the results of action research on the teaching and learning of English in a wide range of contexts in India. All writers work, in different capacities, to support learners in developing their English skills.