Monthly Archives: November 2019

School accountability: why multi-year measures would be fairer to everyone and how they could be implemented

John Jerrim. School league tables produced every year by the Department for Education currently use a single year of test score data in the headline measure. Based upon how a school’s most recent cohort of Year 11’s performed on their

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Posted in accountability and inspection, Leadership and management, Schools

10 years on: how researchers and the autistic community are making a future together

Anna Remington and Laura Crane. The way we view autism is slowly changing. When the Centre for Research in Autism Education (CRAE) was set up in 2009, autistic people were not often heard. Today, a world-wide Climate Change protest is led by

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Posted in Research matters, Special educational needs and psychology, young people

Should England continue participating in PISA?

With upwards of £2m spent for England, Wales and Northern Ireland to take part, it’s a question worth asking

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Posted in Education policy, International comparisons, Research matters

Is Canada really an education ‘superpower’? The evidence is not as clear-cut as you might think

PISA: A low participation rate raises questions about Canada’s seemingly stellar PISA performance

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Posted in International comparisons
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