Monthly Archives: May 2019

How an apprenticeship in the arts helps bridge the move from care into further education and fulfilling work

Katie Hollingworth. Young people who have been in care face significant obstacles as they make the transition into adulthood. Statistics on the outcomes for this group are troubling. Almost 40% of care experienced young people are not in education, training

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Posted in Employment and skills, Social sciences and social policy, young people

Shrinking breaktimes: is pupil well-being diminishing too?

Ed Baines and Peter Blatchford.  School breaktimes and play have been exercising policy-makers of late. The All-Party Parliamentary Group on a Fit and Healthy Childhood has called on the Government to mandate a minimum amount of time for break and

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Posted in Education policy, Schools, young people

Fair access: are comprehensive universities the answer?

IOE Events. For our latest debate we moved further down the education pipeline, to higher education. We wanted to look at why the pace of progress in widening access across our universities has felt so slow. We were inspired by

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Posted in Further higher and lifelong education, IOE debates, young people

Cash may be going out of fashion, but children still need to understand how money works

Jennie Golding. At present I am leading a fascinating set of research studies that take me into mathematics classrooms of the full range of 5 to 18-year-olds. We are asking how the current mathematics curriculum is being experienced by teachers and

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Posted in Arts in education, Teaching, learning, curriculum & assessment
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