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Welcome to Cognition Education Group

We’re a leading provider of education consultancy, professional learning, early years and primary tutoring, e-learning and publishing services. With experience in more than 26 countries, New Zealand headquartered, Cognition Education Group is proudly at the forefront of global education innovation.

2000+

clients

2 million

learners worldwide

200,000+

people trained

30+

governments supported

A group of award-winning companies

Cognition Education Group brings together a dynamic and multidisciplinary team of education consultants and designers, focused on the needs of learners. Operating around the world and delivering services to educators, governments, major corporations and directly to students, we’re informed by the latest international research to create moments of educational inspiration for all our clients.

About Cognition Education

As a provider of education consulting services, our focus is on professional development for teachers, building the capability of educators and leaders globally to improve learning outcomes at every level.


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About Begin Bright

Our early childhood education and primary tutoring franchise is on a mission to enrich the lives of children through the power of learning.


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About Wavelength

With award-winning learning solutions for the workplace, we’ll help you create staff training that’s inspiring, interactive, and outcome driven.


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As Good as Gold?

In the latest publication within our Gold Papers series, As Good as Gold?, John Hattie and Arran Hamilton argue that inequality in global education outcomes can be solved.


Only 4% of global education expenditure goes to products and resources (books, education technology and professional learning) and Hattie and Hamilton argue that that 4% well-spent could just be the “golden bullet” for education.


As Good as Gold? is a joint publication between Visible Learning’s John Hattie, and Cognition Education Group’s Director of Education, Arran Hamilton. Read the full publication here.