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Venue: Institute of Education, University of London

Media coverage of research presented at the BERA Conference 2011 (Please note that BERA is not responsible for external sites or their content)

Tuesday 6 September

Coverage in relation to press release Goldilocks perfection or lacking in challenge? One in five pupils say school work “isn’t at all difficult”

The News (Portsmouth)

Belfast Telegraph

The Independent (and the Editorial comment in the same paper)

Daily Express

Evening Standard

Daily Mirror

Huffington Post

The Times (Subscription required)

Northants Evening Telegraph

ic Burton

Wednesday 7 September

Coverage in relation to press release Teachers “falsifying pupils’ marks” under pressure from school management

BBC Education

Daily Telegraph

The Independent

Daily Mail

The Press Association

The Guardian

Education Executive

Yorkshire Post

Association of Teachers and Lecturers

Today (Singapore)

Yorkshire Post

Coverage in relation to press release Pupils taught to love grammar get better results

Western Morning News

Press Association Irish Independent

Thursday 8 September

Coverage in relation to press release Many science graduates struggling to find work, despite “shortage” claims


Press Association

The Guardian (Follow-up Guardian comment piece on this story)

Bd Daily

People Management

Management Today

Manufacturing Digital

Staffing Industry Analysts

The Engineer

Huffington Post


Arsip Berita (Indonesia)

H&V News

Institute of Leadership & Management

Chartered Management Institute


Women in Technology

Panel & System Building

Other coverage

Sums facts ‘not needed for maths success’ (BBC)

“Article of the Year” 2010, supported by the publisher Routledge (IOE)

Primary school children succeed at maths without knowing their tables (IOE)

Defying odds of disadvantage study wins ‘Article of the Year’ (ATL)

Scholar fears widening-participation funding will be cut (THES)

Award for study of children who achieve against the odds (Teaching Personnel)

Coverage of Simon Marginson’s keynote address to the BERA 2011 Conference The view of UK tuition fees from the rest of the world (The Guardian) Raising fees lowers quality (The Australian)