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An opportunity for change?

the benchmarks of what is deemed acceptable in terms of school improvement are apparently edged up each year Nationally, the speed of change involving education policy is rapid and much of...

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  • Anna Reid

Blog post28 Aug 2015

Post 2015 general election thoughts…

In the post 2015 general election period there are a range of issues that we as researchers need to think about when we are writing about education policy. Let me illuminate these with one...

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  • Helen Gunter

Blog post12 Jun 2015

Education and social mobility

Over the past two decades the UK state education system has faced increasing pressure to raise academic standards and improve outcomes for all young people, regardless of their social background...

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  • Kate Hoskins

Blog post26 May 2015

Educational Research and Educational Policy-Making

For various historical, political and epistemological reasons (which are well-documented in a range of sources), ‘evidence-based policy’ is not a neutral descriptor but instead seems to have...

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