8 Feb 2018: Dr Rachel Rosen and Dr Sarah Crafter visited ‘the Jungle’ refugee camp in France to build research collaborations with third sector organisations.
Dr Rachel Rosen and Dr Sarah Crafter visited ‘the Jungle’ refugee camp in France to build research collaborations with third sector organisations.
16 Dec 2014: Child Trust Fund: the study that helped to deliver baby bonds. 16 December 2014. Research at the UCL Institute of Education played a pivotal role in the establishment of the Child Trust Fund, the world's first universal children's savings scheme,
16 Dec 2014: A better start for children: the Effective Pre-School, Primary and Secondary Education project. 16 December 2014. A UCL Institute of Education longitudinal study influenced national policy and spending on the expansion of pre-school provision, and
12 Dec 2014: Pupil performance tables: finding fairer measures. 12 December 2014. Educational performance tables influence both school choices and national education policies, but can both mislead and enlighten. UCL research helped convince the government that
12 Dec 2014: Shaping a national debate on international performance tables. 12 December 2014. International performance tables influence national education policies, but can both mislead and enlighten. UCL research analysed the results of the PISA study and
12 Dec 2014: Education research and the Myanmar peace process. 12 December 2014. Research helped persuade international donors to invest in the reconstruction of Myanmar's education system, and facilitated the first discussions between ethnic armed groups and
12 Dec 2014: Transforming lives and education in Sri Lanka. 12 December 2014. Professor Angela Little's work raised the profile of primary education in Sri Lanka, which was hampered by low status and inadequate funding, and improved the life chances of
12 Dec 2014: Holocaust education: teaching the 'unthinkable'. 12 December 2014. Research transformed how the Holocaust is taught and created a professional development programme for thousands of teachers which ensured that about 1 million pupils experienced
12 Dec 2014: Policy and tools to improve early reading in England. 12 December 2014. UCL research has influenced how children are taught to read through national programmes in England on early reading, dyslexia and spoken language, and speech, language and
12 Dec 2014: Shaping education aid and primary education for India. 12 December 2014. Professor Geeta Kingdon has shaped UK government policy on educational aid to India. She has also helped to ensure that millions of poor children in Uttar Pradesh - India's