The Knowledge

What do we really know about ‘managed moves’?

A new report sheds light on the practice of managed moves and calls for urgent government action to improve...

JL Dutaut
Whitney Crenna-Jennings
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How do workforce views differ on pay and conditions?

New data reveals who is most – and least – satisfied with their pay, their workload and the resources...

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John Jerrim
The Knowledge

What does inclusion look like in practice today?

New research shows remarkably little consensus about what inclusion means – leaving the schools who do it best exposed

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Toby Greany and Jodie Pennacchia
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How can schools in poor areas attract more teachers?

New research by the National Institute of Teaching shows a mismatch between what schools offer candidates and what teachers...

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Professor Sin Wang Chong
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How are SENDCOs managing amid rising pressures?

New research reveals the pressures of escalating need and insufficient resource – but diverging views of the SENDCO role...

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Rik Chilvers
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How youth work complements and supports schools

Three studies show how youth work is a vital part of any effort to improve the lives and outcomes...

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Will Millard and Jacob Diggle
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How are multi-academy trusts navigating centralisation?

New research reveals how trusts pool funding and the opportunities and challenges for more and better centralisation

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Chris Kirk and Will Jordan
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Teacher-powered research: how we’re building the evidence around everyday practice

A new stream of EEF evaluations aims to give teachers better evidence to support their everyday practice

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Christine Kelly and Faizaan Sami
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The practice where consistency brings little benefit

A lot is made of keeping students with the same teacher year on year, but the data doesn’t bear...

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John Jerrim