Birgitta Rabe, Laura Fumagalli and co-authors write for the Economics Observatory on the negative impact of the pandemic on the mental health of children and young people
ISER researchers discuss their work in these blog posts.
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Will support for low-income families during school holidays improve children’s lives?
MiSoC’s Birgitta Rabe & co-authors write for the ESRC’s Economics Observatory on their research into the impact of extending free school meals for means-tested families into the school holidays.
What difference will the COVID Summer Food Fund make to children’s lives?
In a new blog for the ESRC’s Economics Observatory, Birgitta Rabe with co-authors Claire Crawford and Ellen Greaves investigate the likely impacts of the government’s decision to extend free school meals to children at home during term-time and over the summer holidays
COVID-19 and educational losses: The case for sending the youngest back to school
- Birgitta Rabe
- Jo Blanden
In a blog for the LSE, ISER researcher Dr Birgitta Rabe and Dr Jo Blanden of the University of Surrey explore the decision to send the youngest students back to school this summer and explain why doing so may be important for children’s education and wellbeing, as long as health risks can be mitigated.
The surprisingly negative impact of good news from OFSTED
Dr Birgitta Rabe and a team of researchers from the Institute for Fiscal Studies, the University of Bristol, the University of Sussex and UCL have examined a range of data sets to understand how parents react to a better-than-expected school inspection report
Dr Birgitta Rabe investigates the effects of early education on childhood development and women’s career choices?