New study following almost three decades of teaching pay and school results finds evidence that a pay rise for UK teachers could mean better results for students and a boost to pupil wellbeing post-lockdown
Our ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change (MiSoC) has been part of a four session ’take-over’ of the Government’s own internal COVID 19 Recovery Seminar Series, taking our latest research to the heart of policy making
Some groups are more likely to want to work at home – including the middle and older age groups, and Black Caribbean people. This could mean major change for employers, transport operators, and businesses in towns and cities
Policy discussion following presentations of new research evidence on inequalities in the university admissions system in the UK at our event with the National Education Opportunities Network in Westminster and online
Our report into the impact of school closures on children’s wellbeing is key evidence in correspondence to Secretary of State for Health and the health ministers of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland
After a year and half of lockdowns, schools and their students face a vast array of challenges, so how can our research inform improvements in the education system?