Research

Research: What does inclusion mean to those who experience it?

Decision makers at all levels should be mindful that there are two competing and complimentary definitions of inclusion, writes...

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Anthony Maher
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Research: What support might students need with ‘normal’ exams?

Students will need extra support to prepare for exams that may feel normal to us but are completely new...

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Tee McCaldin and Hannah Wilkinson
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How can we improve attendance in the wake of Covid?

New EEF research offers some best bets for getting children back in the classroom and keeping them there after...

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Kirsten Mould
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Are closed questions enough for national curriculum tests?

Open and closed questions both have their advantages and drawbacks, write Katie Colwill and Philippa Green, and there are...

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KATIE COLWILL and PHILIPPA GREEN
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What do schools need to level up literacy post-Covid?

We all understand how important it is that we support and encourage our children to read for pleasure. The...

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LOUISE JOHNS-SHEPHERD
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How can schools narrow the disadvantage gap?

Regardless of support to deliver the 'levelling up' agenda, it’s every school’s mission – and research provides useful best...

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NICK WOOD
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Research ethics need a new responsibility to teachers

Researchers’ lack of ethical responsibility to teachers wastes effort and harms pupils, writes Thomas Martell. So what are we...

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THOMAS MARTELL
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How is the cost of living crisis affecting teachers and schools?

Iain Ford sets out what we know about the state of teachers' finances - and what the rising cost...

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Iain Ford
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Do ‘ghost children’ exist and what can we do about them?

The phrase has quickly developed a life of its own in the media, but who are the ghost children...

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GEMMA MOSS