Lost school time will hurt economy for 65 years, according to this report by the Royal Society which highlights the potential impact on the 13 year groups of students who have been affected by the lockdown.
This research found that for stereotypically male jobs, both sexes spontaneously masculinised their voices, by lowering pitch and resonance, and they also feminised their voices for stereotypically female occupations, by raising their pitch and resonance.
A majority of British children struggled to continue learning at home during the lockdown in Great Britain between April to June 2020
Children from the most advantaged families, with access to digital devices and with parents working from home, spent longer on school work during lockdown than their peers in less advantaged households.
This NFER report provides a unique snapshot of home learning activities at a specific point in time – after the first month of home schooling.
This analysis by the Children’s Commissioner for England reveals that thousands of teenagers in England are falling through the gaps in the school and care systems.
This report by the Petitions Committee calls on the Government to take urgent action and review the support for universities and students in the face of the greatest challenge they have faced for generations.
This report by the Association of Directors of Children’s Services highlights the need for properly resourced, long-term strategies to ensure all children have access to the right support.
This DfE publication provides the latest information on the composition of the school workforce employed in state-funded schools in England. Amongst other data, it shows that male classroom teachers get paid £900 more per year, on average, than their female counterparts across all grades.
This National Literacy Trust report outlines findings relating to children and young people’s writing in 2020, in addition to findings from a survey of children and young people’s writing during the COVID-19 lockdown.