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How concerned should we be about England’s declining PISA science scores?

Our resident data analyst, John Jerrim delves into the PISA data to find out what could be causing an...

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John Jerrim
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How can maths and science teachers get the most out of edtech?

Key findings from an NFER rapid literature review on implementing edtech effectively in maths and science classrooms

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Lillian Flemons
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How has children’s mental health changed in the past year?

New prevalence figures show the post-pandemic surge in young people’s mental health issues hasn't abated

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Whitney Crenna-Jennings and Allen Joseph
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What makes for great primary science teaching?

A new EEF review signposts key considerations for teachers and school leaders

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Michael J. Reiss
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The Knowledge. Can teaching through languages improve overall outcomes?

A new longitudinal study shows teaching subjects in foreign languages could benefit all learners

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Judith Woodfield
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What do teachers think of teaching climate and sustainability?

A new survey reveals an enthusiastic profession but also substantial obstacles on the road to delivering the DfE’s sustainability...

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Christine Özden
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Why is reducing teacher workload so hard?

A new report by the NFER reveals many schools are already doing all they can to reduce workload and...

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Kerry Martin
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What is driving persistent absence in your setting?

Early findings from ImpactEd’s new research projects suggest some factors school leaders should consider when trying to improve attendance

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Owen Carter
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How oracy supports vocabulary development

Voice 21's new impact report establishes oracy as an essential part of vocabulary acquisition, explains Kathleen McBride

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Kathleen McBride