Independent panel report to the Review of Post-18 Education and Funding Presented to Parliament by the Secretary of State for Education by Command of Her Majesty May 2019

June 17, 2019

June 17, 2019

Department for Education Read the report In February 2018, Theresa May announced that there would be a “wide-ranging review into post-18 education” led by Philip Augar. This new review of Post-18 Education and Funding presented to Parliament in May 2019 drew evidence from an extensive literature review of post-18 education provision and funding, 370 submissions […]

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Teachers’ engagement with research: what do we know? A research briefing

June 17, 2019

June 17, 2019

Education Endowment Foundation and NFER Read the research briefing This new report from the National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER) and the Education Endowment Foundation summaries the findings from a nationally representative survey of schools and teachers investigating their use of research. The findings are based on survey results from 1,670 teachers in England administered […]

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Engaging with evidence

June 17, 2019

June 17, 2019

Institute for Effective Education (published March 2019) Read the report With teachers and schools being encouraged to become more evidence-based, the Institute for Effective Education has released this resource to help education practitioners understand research methods, interpret evidence and decipher jargon. The guide provides explanations of the different kinds of evidence found within educational research […]

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Research Briefing I: Establishing the Employment Gap

May 28, 2019

May 28, 2019

Impetus (published April 2019) Click here to read the full report.                 This is the first of a series of briefings from Impetus using the new Longitudinal Education Outcomes (LEO) dataset to examine the impact of disadvantage on education and employment. The LEO dataset combines data held by […]

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Indecon Review of Career Guidance – Final Report

May 28, 2019

May 28, 2019

Indecon International Research Economists (published April 2019) Read the full report here.                 This new report from Indecon International Research Economists discusses the findings from an independent review of career guidance provision in Ireland submitted to the Minister of Education and Skills. This review sought to support the […]

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Youth Voice Census Report 2019

May 28, 2019

May 28, 2019

Youth Employment UK (published May 2019) Click here to read the report.                   The new Youth Voice Census Report from Youth Employment UK captured the views of 3,008 young people aged between 14-24 on education, employment and training. Amongst many of the report’s key findings, one fifth […]

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Gender Stereotypes in Early Childhood: A Literature Review

May 28, 2019

May 28, 2019

The Fawcett Society (published March 2019) Read the report here.               The Fawcett Society examine gender stereotypes in early childhood using an extensive body of literature encompassing education, economics, psychology and neurobiology. The authors argue that the early education environment and gender imbalance of teaching staff has an impact […]

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More Than a Job’s Worth: Making Work Experience Fit for Purpose

May 28, 2019

May 28, 2019

LKMco (published May 2019) Click here to read the full report.                 The second report from LKMco in their More Than A Job’s Worth series on careers education builds on the findings of ‘Making Careers Education Age-Appropriate’ published last month. This research is built upon an extensive literature review, […]

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“To see ourselves as others see us”: Post-primary school students’ drawings of scientists before and after participation in a career orientation programme.

April 24, 2019

April 24, 2019

University of Limerick Read the report here.                   This study examines the impact of a Career Orientation Programme (COP) on young people’s perceptions of scientists. Research has shown that stereotypes of scientists, and more generally careers, start in early childhood. The authors argue that scientists are often […]

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