Despite efforts to improve careers education, it is still seen to be largely ineffective. In addition, young people’s career aspirations have changed little in recent decades. OECD data from...Continue reading blog post
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Research Intelligence issue 156: Intersectionality: Teaching & learning in UK schools
The rising cost of living is causing high levels of stress and concern for millions of households. For educators, poverty is tangible in the growing numbers of hungry, cold and tired pupils...Continue reading blog post
The BERA Educational Research Book of the Year award celebrates the publication of educational research and is awarded to a scholarly book on education deemed to be high quality, engaging and...
The traditional narrative of urban–rural educational disadvantage is that urban pupils do less well in the English exam system. Decontextualised data (as exemplified in table 1 across different...Continue reading blog post
Funding Announced: BERA Small Grants Fund 2023/2024: Education in a digital age: Perspectives from policy and practice
Through our Small Grants Fund, BERA awards funding annually to research on a different, pressing theme each year, with the intention that each project will: make important contributions to the...
This series of reports presents the findings and recommendations of six research projects funded by BERA’s 2022/23 Small Grants Fund (SGF) on the theme ‘learning for all’. The projects...
Girls’ experiences of being at risk of permanent exclusion
Exploring the impact of bereavement & grief on learning for all
It is widely understood that climate change is among the greatest challenges facing humanity, and that knowledge of climate change should play a key role in the curriculum. As Singh (2021) writes,...Continue reading blog post
There is a tendency to see teacher wellbeing and student wellbeing as competing concerns in school leadership and culture. What teacher wellbeing and student wellbeing have in common is the...Continue reading blog post