Migration and Social Mobility
This is a 52page report written by Lucinda Platt of the University of Essex compiled from data over 30 years and involving 140000 children on Britains minority ethnic communities. It shows how young people from working class ethnic minorities have tended to out-perform their white counterparts.
An OfSTED report on developing good practice for children with special needs in early years childcare and education in the private and voluntary sectors.
Participation in Ensemble Music-Making by Young People of minority Ethnic Origin
This is a National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER) study commissioned by Youth Music to investigate the participation in ensemble music-making by young people of minority ethnic origin of secondary school age.
I’m a teacher, get me out of here!
It is hard to tell whether the launch of Teachers TV a dedicated digital channel devoted to teaching and school leadership is a gimmick or an innovative new way of engaging with schools.
Languages in Key Stage 4
Languages In Key Stage 4 is a survey by the National Centre for Languages based on responses to a questionnaire sent to a 2000 secondary schools in England on the current state of language teaching at Key Stage 4.
English 2000-05 Standards in English have continued to rise over the period 2000-05 but remain below targets set by the government. This 46-page report is the first to be published by Ofsted reviewing inspection evidence and identifying areas for improvement at a national level.
20 ways to make headship more attractive
Are you looking to inject some positive energy into your job this year? Are you a headteacher who is seeking the passion you had when you were first teaching? Are you a deputy thinking about headship but concerned you will not enjoy it? Or are you happy in your work and keen to make it even better for you and your school?
Race equality in education
This is a 33page OfSTED survey report which illustrates good practice in work on race equality and education in schools and local authorities in England.