Research Schools International (RSI) partners with schools and educational organisations around the world to inspire research-based innovation that supports students’ learning and well-being. The RSI research team collaborates with educators to conduct research with direct practical relevance, lead professional development, and freely disseminate findings and research-based innovations. RSI's work primarily focuses on supporting students to develop character skills and global competencies. 
In this interview from earlier this year, we talk to RSI's Founder and Director, Dr Christina Hinton and RSI's Director of Practice, Dr Jim Heal, about the role of research in schools.
CIRL collaborated with RSI on the project, ‘Character Education Research at Eton College’.
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