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Education and Development Research Council (EDRC)

House # 532, Road # 07, Avenue #06,

Mirpur DOHS, Dhaka 1216, Bangladesh

Phone: 880-1712661241, 880-1552429330

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Education and Development Research Council (EDRC) is a Reaearch and Development organization administered by a group of professionals including teachers, researchers, and educationists working at the national and international levels. It is a government registered non-profit research and development organization working for the expansion of education, conducting multi-disciplinary academic and development research for individuals and groups, and operating relief and rehabilitation services for the disadvantaged and vulnerable people in Bangladesh.

EDRC mainly pursues projects, initiatives, and activities to advance the field of education research, promote cutting-edge lines of study, and deepen knowledge about education research as a discipline, profession, and field. Education research is a domain of inquiry aiming at advancing knowledge of education and learning processes, and development of the tools and methods necessary to support this endeavor.

EDRC’s Education Research Service Projects is designed to encourage education researchers to offer their pro bono expertise to educational organizations, institutions, or other communities that have identified and expressed a need for such assistance.

EDRC is equipped to offer Editing Services for original research papers and research grant proposals, and for other professional documents, such as reviews, case reports, monographs, and theses. It professionally provides pertinent support for producing high quality research. The fee is according to time, and type and amount of work required.

EDRC has a number of projects, including building school structures and learning centers for children who have to travel long distances to attend school. It has programs in the areas of education expansion, health and economic development that provide underequipped schools with teachers’ salaries, health care kits, stationeries, staffing, and water purification as well as financial assistance for the poor but meritorious students.

EDRC also conducts as well as coordinates training and workshops based on demand by academic professionals, researchers, and practitioners to build the capacity of various stakeholders. It extends cooperation to the disaster-stricken school children in favor of the commencement of schooling aftermath of disaster.