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Research: how can coaching lead to school improvement?

New research shows coaching can lead to school improvement, write Rachel Lofthouse and Trista Hollweck, and hints at best bets to make that...

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RACHEL LOFTHOUSE* AND TRISTA HOLLWECK**
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Five research insights that shone a light on 2020/21

JL Dutaut selects five contributions to our regular research column that have informed and elightened our year   Are...

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Research: How long actually is the school day?

After repeated calls to extend the school day, Gavin Williamson has admitted knowing little about it. Teacher Tapp has...

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LAURA MCINERNEY
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Research: Who has lost most from the pupil premium change?

Newly eligible pupils may need less support than the long-term disadvantaged, but it’s the poorest schools who have lost...

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DAWSON MCLEAN
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Research: What is self-efficacy and why does it matter?

National Thank A Teacher Day matters, writes Cat Scutt, but the concept of self-efficacy means there are good reasons to celebrate school...

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CAT SCUTT
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Research: What are the potential consequences of TAGs?

Teacher-assessed grades could have consequences for under-represented students – not to mention their effect on teachers, writes Billy Huband-Thompson...

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BILLY HUBAND-THOMPSON
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Research: Who benefits from inclusion?

New research suggests the inclusion of pupils with special educational needs has positive effects that could be further improved...

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Rob Webster
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Research: What really inspires teachers?

Teachers’ responses to our recent survey confirm some steroptypes of what inspires about the profession – but they also...

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EVE DEBBAGE
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Research: How can we improve access to high-quality CPD?

After languishing in international league tables, change appears to be afoot for teacher CPD in England. But what do...

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CAT SCUTT