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Place-based challenges for schools mean locality matters

Tanya Ovenden-Hope sets out the key findings from new research on a multi-academy trust Hub model for schools intended...

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Tanya Ovenden-Hope
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How stressed are teachers compared with other professions?

Educators won't be surprised but these numbers are harrowing, says Russell Glass

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Russell Glass
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What can the Covid exam crisis teach us about policy making?

New research lays bare how a host of problems with England's policy making led to avoidable mistakes and poor...

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Jo-Anne Baird and Margaret Arnott
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How can teachers judge the efficacy of edtech?

Natalia Kucirkova sets out what schools should look out for – and demand – when shopping for edtech to...

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Natalia Kucirkova
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Why homogeneous SEND guidance lets schools and pupils down

The case of systematic synthetic phonics (SSP) demonstrates the risks of treating students with SEND as a homogeneous group,...

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Dr Lila Kossyvaki
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How can local CPD quality be assured in a world of MATs?

New research into ‘local learning landscapes’ for CPD reveals fragmented arrangements but also how to enhance coherence, quality and...

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Toby Greany
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How can peer review best serve school improvement?

The EEF's review of Education Development Trust's Schools Partnership Programme validates the potential of systematic peer review, explains Anna...

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Anna Searle
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Universal Credit will make closing the disadvantage gap harder

NFER research shows transtional plans for the roll-out of Universal Credit will make the disadvantage gap harder to track,...

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Jenna Julius
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What would it cost to offer universal work experience?

The benefits of work experience are clear and now we know the price tag for ensuring all students have...

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Dr Elnaz Kashefpakdel