This report from the National Centre for Social Research (NatCen), produced as part of a programme of research led by the Education Policy Institute (EPI) and funded by the Nuffield Foundation, investigates the barriers and incentives in recruitment, retention and development within the early years workforce.
This new research report from the RAND Corporation provides insight into teachers’ use of intervention programmes and the factors that may influence that use.
This Estyn report identifies effective school practices to support disadvantaged and vulnerable pupils. This may include work funded by the Pupil Development Grant (PDG).
A national Testing and Tracing Command Centre, focused on digital contact tracing, is needed to overcome the coronavirus crisis, according to this new Policy Exchange report.
This report by YoungMinds investigates the mental health impact of the Covid-19 coronavirus on young people with mental health needs reveals the pressure that the crisis has put on young people and support services.
This report examines the range of partnerships and links that secondary and special schools across Wales have with employers. It considers the range of learners’ experiences and the characteristics of effective links between schools and employers. The development of enterprise education in schools in the UK and across the world had been a notable feature […]
This Education Policy Institute (EPI) report gives a comprehensive comparison of technical education in England and the UK with other developed countries. It shows that the education system is still placing too much emphasis on academic pathways for young people. The research considers how far England is behind leading nations, and what reforms would be […]